Software Development Resource

Local Software Solutions Company Releases Updated Ebook File Converter for .MOBI Files


Eugene, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/01/2014 -- Software Development Resource released an update to their ebook file converter family of applications through the new [and still free] mobi to pdf converter. This app can easily handle conversion for users who like to read on the pdf format instead of the limited mobi formatĀ  that works best on smaller handheld devices such as mobile phones.

MOBI and PDF Contrast

For desktop users, PDF has been equivocally known as the standard reader file for most ebook and open files that it can open. Even Mac users can't avoid it altogether because it's just very popular.

In some download sites, files with an extension of .mobi may seem foreign for people who have only known .pdf and .epub files [as the two are the most common standards based on what device is used]. MOBI files were developed by a then independent Mobipocket ebook provider. It has since been acquired by Amazon to be one of their standard formats.

But like epub and pdf, mobi files are still abundant elsewhere, especially for plenty Kindle users so it's just as unavoidable.

There are dedicated mobi file readers out in the market today [and SDR also offers one for FREE] but if a certain system like a Mac or Windows OS already has a PDF reader in place, it's just better to convert these files for the sake of simplicity and convenience.

Most users who have adopted PDF more than a decade ago are now more glued into it than any other platforms, that leaving it would be a mess.

SDR's free mobi to pdf converter does this magic with ease. Files can just be added then converted in a snap. For regular ebook fans that encounter mobi files, this handy tool is a life-saver. There is no more need to worry about size as the converter can automatically change it to fit in larger desktop viewing environments that is pleasing to the eyes.

About Software Development Resource
Their team of talented software engineers, programmers and developers have a combined experience of 30 years in the industry. They started as a small shop and quickly grew to now include team members from around the world. They believe that showcasing their talent with the introduction of free useful software programs is a way to help the community and increase their productivity. SDR offers custom software solutions to streamline businesses.

Steven Coluido
243 Peach Drive, Oregon USA