09-18-2011 08:45 PM
I have a N2E (Nook Touch). Obviously you can read NOOKBOOKs downloaded through B&N on the Nook. And I know there's a way to read books from libraries on a Nook through Adobe, which I haven't tried.
Where else can I get books to read on my Nook, and what software do I need?
09-19-2011 08:13 AM
ePub and PDF files from just about anywhwere. If the ePub files have DRM, you will need to use Adobe Digital Editions to sideload and unlock them. DRM free ePub files (Project Gutenberg and many other sources) can be sideloaded and read directly.
There area a couple of exceptions to that general rule - one is ePub files purchased through Apple's iBook store will be DRM locked to Apple devices or Apple software.
09-19-2011 10:23 AM
As a clarification, since this has come up before, you need Adobe Digital Editions installed on your computer, not on your Nook. There have been several frustrated users trying to download and install ADE on their Nooks. There's a link in my signature to using installing and using ADE and to using library books, which you may find useful.