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Best Ways to Read E-books on Ubuntu

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If you too are an Ubuntu user like us who loves to read the best books, here are some great software applications that should come in handy. These apps not only allow you to easily read e-books, but also manage them effortlessly.

Calibre

Calibre is more of an e-book management tool than an e-book reader. The free software lets you organize your e-book collection in a nice library along with metadata tagging. For books that don’t have any tags, Calibre also allows you to automatically download the metadata, thus making your library much more organized.

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