Ultra eBook Reader

Ultra eBook Reader

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Video tutorial and screenshots

  • Reading a file
  • Main window
  • Launch window
  • Searching
  • Main Window
  • File Associations
  • Getting Started Window
  • Main Window

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James Lynch Senior editor

In this day and age, good old paperbacks are disappearing, replaced by digits instead of pages. Digital books, of eBooks, are quickly becoming the most common way of enjoying literature, comic books, documents, etc. Not only the classic PDF files are now in play. More complicated, secure and formats are now used by official distributors to sell new books or issue important notes.
But, unfortunately, standard PC tools not always can read most of those formats, and to help with that, tools like Ultra eBook Reader were created.

Ultra eBook Reader is one of the most expansive and complete instruments for eBook reading. It lets users access eBook files in all 12 major formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, DJVU, CBZ, CBR, FB2, FB2Z, ZFB2, XPS, OXPS, and CHM. The program has a simple interface with only the necessary elements that help you work with a document. You can open it and view the contents, adjust the view to get more comfortable, add bookmarks, go to printing if you need a physical copy, or you can convert the file from any of the supported formats to PDF. This makes Ultra eBook Reader a much more universal program than just a reader.

Ultra eBook Reader makes life easier, which, to me, is the ultimate purpose of any software. But it gives me my money's worth, and that's also important. It's a simple, but efficient, eBook viewer with useful settings, as well as a PDF converter, which is especially useful.


  • Wide range of supported formats
  • Conversion options


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    Charles Power 2 years ago

    Nice fullscreen presentation, wide variety of formats handled, but at least as far as ePub is concerned, serious deficiencies with formatting. Apparently little CSS support, although most ebooks now format (to a fault) only via CSS. Covers sometimes do not display.


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