How To Get Free iBooks!

You download the sample from the iBookstore. You want to read the book, but you don't want to pay for it.There is a solution to that though. This post will tell you how to get Free iBooks. This is the jailbreak method. There is also a way without jailbreaking, which will be stated below.
Make sure you have the xSellize source.

 1. Open Cydia
2. Tap "Sections"
3. Scroll all the way down until you get to "X Books"
4. Here is where a lot of iBooks are located. Just scroll and find the book you want to download
5. Once you downloaded the iBook, it will show up as an icon. Tap on it. It will open Safari.
6. Once Safari opens, tap "Open in iBooks"
7. It will open the book in iBooks. Then you can read your iBook.It works like any iBook.
8. Now you can start reading your new iBook
 Note: Not all iBooks will be in the section, only a selection.

No Jailbreak Required Method 
Let's say you don't want to jailbreak your device, or your device cannot be jailbroken at the moment. But there is a way to get iBooks even without a jailbreak. This is the method to get free iBooks without jailbreaking.You can get the iBooks on any device with iBooks on it.Make sure you have a computer with internet connection and iTunes. 

1. First perform a Google search. Search your book and the words "free pdf download 4shared" . For example, if you want to read the book The Hunger Games, search "the hunger games free pdf download 4shared.
2. There will be many links with the PDF file, and just choose one. After finding a PDF of your book, download it. (Make sure to sign up for a 4shared account to download from them, it's free). Just click the "Download Now" button. You will have to wait a minute for the download to appear (for free accounts)
3. Once downloaded the file, make sure you can located it on your computer
4. Next, go to
5. On this site, you can convert the PDF you downloaded to an EPUB file, which iBooks can read. Just Click "Browse" and then select the file you've downloaded
6. After that, click "Upload Files"
7. The second step is to set your parameters. You can set the book's title and author. Then right click the words "Convert files to EPUB" and save the link. This is how you save your EPUB file.
8. Then, open iTunes and go to the Books section. Drag your EPUB into your iTunes library. If you want to edit information about the book, just right click the book and click "Get Info"
9. After your book is ready to go, just sync that book to your device.
10. Finally, open iBooks on your device, and your new book should appear in your library. Now you can start reading your new iBook.

This Free App Can Crack Apple’s iBooks DRM

This Free App Can Crack Apple’s iBooks DRM
The DRM restriction that prevents Apple’s iBooks from being opened on other devices can now be removed by the latest version of a free DRM removal tool. Requiem 3.3, a piece of software that is incredibly popular for removing the DRM from music and videos purchased from the iTunes Store, has been updated to crack e-books purchased from the iBookstore.
Apple uses its own DRM technology called FairPlay to protect the content it sells, and to prevent it from being used on unauthorized devices. That means that the e-books you purchase from the iBookstore cannot be read on rival tablets and e-readers.
If you build up a huge library of books over the years, worth hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars, you have no choice but to use an iOS device to read them. Unless you use Requiem to crack them. With the latest version of the software, you can remove them DRM from your e-books and set them free, allowing them to be read on any device that supports the ePub format.
But the novelty may be short-lived. AppAdvice notes that Apple has been actively battling with Requiem throughout the years, issuing iTunes updates that contain fixes to prevent the software from working.

BookReader 4.1 Cracked from Mac App Store

BookReader 4.1 Cracked from Mac App Store.

Category: Education
Size: 3.6 MB
Languages: English, Italian, Russian
Seller: Leo Mesentsev
© Copyright 2011 L.Y.Mesentsev, All rights reserved.
Rated 4+
Requirements: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor


PLEASE NOTE: This software can not open DRM encrypted e-books due to the today's law
restrictions. Please, use DRM-free epubs from sane publishers.

Another step to the virtual reality. Your bookshelves on your Mac, very realistic 
reading from the screen. Moreover, you can fully customize your books, - change 
covers, fonts, colors, whatever you want to see all your books as you wish. 

Please note: Perfume of the Books is not yet implemented due to appropriate hardware
 missing. Everything else is included.

The BookReader 4.0 has been completely rewriten, has 10.8 Mountain Lion and RETINA

Supports non DRM-ed ePub books, fb2, doc, rtf, rtfd, html, webarchive and txt.

To download GOOGLE the following term and download:

 BookReader 4.1 Cracked from Mac App Store

Load iPad Over 38,000 Free eBooks

The iPad is a great device to read on, and if your digital library is feeling a little bare then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve found some of the best places to get free ebooks, ready to be downloaded and opened with iBooks on your shiny new iPad (or iPhone, iPod, Kindle, Nook, or Android, for that matter).
  • Project Gutenberg Top 100 – Full of classics, if you’re only going to visit one source for free ebooks, Gutenberg should be it. They have over 38,000 free ebooks available, and their top 100 list is basically a mirror of the Western Canon of literature. Grab titles from the popular lists, and then search category or by your favorite author to load up on a nearly infinite amount of reading. Audiobooks are offered in some cases too.
  • Gutenberg Bookshelf by Category – Looking for books on a specific topic? This is the place to go. Sorted by alphabetical category.
  • Gutenberg Harvard Classics – A 51 volume anthology of world literature classics, this collection was created in 1909 to provide the core elements of a liberal arts education by reading just 15 minutes a day. Free is slightly cheaper than a Harvard education.
Gutenberg is probably the best source online, but other sites offer free ebooks too:
  • ManyBooks – Plenty of classics and a wide variety of formats
  • FreeKindleBooks – All in .mobi format, intended for Kindle
  • ePUbBooks – Free .epub ebooks, plenty of classics though most are also on Gutenberg
  • FeedBooks – Free books from the public domain, varying quality
  • SneeKidsBooks – A handful of childrens picture books like the Three Bears and Little Bo-peep

Download new iBooks

Download the iBooks which is released today (23/ 10/ 2012) here.

Download iBooks for iOS6

iBooks 2.2 adds support for iOS 6 . This is the latest as of 21/09/2012.

Download here

20 cool free iBooks

Here are 20 free iBooks from a variety of sources. These books were all created in 2012 and take full advantage of the audio, video and interactive features available in iBook Author.

Road To Civil Rights
Interviews, timelines and great use of interactive features. A look into the future of enhanced textbooks.
Published February 15 by Academy of Achievement. 65 pages

Corvallis Backstage Pass
Loaded with music, photos, interactive features and interviews exploring the DIY music scene around Oregon State University. Contains 29 full length songs from a variety of music styles.
Published May 1 by Jack Kemp. 66 pages

Edwin The Super Duper Otter
Nicely illustrated children's book is enhanced by videos and photo galleries.
Published April 18 by The Seattle Aquarium. 30 pages

Female Orgasm: The Ultimate Guide
A fun guide to a fun topic. Covers topics like orgasmic meditation, best sex positions, troubleshooting, and the female body.
Published January 31 by Vixely. 40 pages

Union Pacific Timeline
If you like trains or American history, start here in 1862 with Abraham Lincoln signing the Union Pacific charter. Wind through a great collection of photographs and anecdotes as UP celebrates its 150th anniversary.
Published June 1 by Union Pacific Railroad Company. 139 pages

Our Wild Planet
Stunning photos of unusual plants and animals. This book comes from Project Noah, "...a tool to explore and document wildlife and a platform to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere."
Published June 18 by Networked Organisms. 81 pages

Dark Pripyat
Beautiful photos of the scarred landscape around Chernobyl and Pripyat. Chapter 1 covers the 1986 soviet power plant disaster. The rest of the book looks at the cities after 25 years of abandonment.
Published February 18 by UrbanPixels. 89 pages

Lecturing with an iPad
A University of Michigan professor lays out his use of the iPad in the classroom. Contains detailed explanations and diagrams of connecting the iPad to various devices and software used for teaching.
Published June 8 by SageOnStage Publishing. 23 pages

Wilco: The Incredible Shrinking Tour of Chicago
In December 2011, the alternative rock band did 5 shows in their home town of Chicago. Here is a collection of concert photos, set lists, show fliers, backstage rehearsal videos, and a live recording.
Published May 25 by dBpm Records. 17 pages

Portrait Photography
A gallery of natural light portraits. This isn't a "how-to" book but rather, "...simply a book to inspire."
Published June 28 by Joe Scrivens. 31 pages

Mass Perfection
This large two volume set tells a wide variety of stories in magazine style. Beautiful photos and videos accompany a look at a cake maker, a tattoo artist, Miss Massachusetts, anime costume builders, Thoreau's philosophy, air pollution and more.
Published May 16 and May 17 by Emerson College Journalism. 59 pages (Vol. 1). 62 pages (Vol. 2)

French Revolution
Not your typical textbook. The authors cram it full of quirky sidebars and even manage to slip in a Coldplay song and Lady Gaga mash up video.
Published June 8 by Markville History. 23 pages
Year In Focus 2011
A yearbook for the world. Getty Images collects its best editorial photographs of world events and the people that shaped our news.
Published May 22 by Getty Images. 143 pages

Tiger Dragon Slayers from the Underworld
Bold photos and design for an iBook accompaniment to a fashion and art magazine. Innovative, unusual use of interactive features.
Published June 25 by AMFI-Amsterdam Fashion Institute. 69 pages

Creatures, Plants and More!
Florida middle schoolers go to town with their teacher in a great book for pre teens. Lots of photos and wild colors.!/id521854684?mt=11
Published April 23 by Andrea Santilli. 133 pages
Moon Rocks: An Introduction to the Geology of the Moon
Perhaps the most technical book on this list. Get this one if you're interested in rocks, space or the potential for textbooks on the iPad.
Published March 20 by The Open University. 70 pages

An scholarly introduction to the study of the religions of the world. Includes 11 audio lectures.
Published February 4 by MSAC Philosophy Group. 76 pages

Hyde Park Photography
Photography magazine made by photographers. Includes stories about the subjects. Great use of photo galleries.
Published July 3 by INDEX. 44 pages

Mobile Reporting Field Guide
Reviews iPhone and iPad apps and accessories from a digital journalist's point of view. Listen to samples of microphones and see the results of various editing apps.
Published July 16 by Richard Koci Hernandez/UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. 45 pages

The Interactive Space Book
A great collection of photos and interactive timelines covering the exploration of our solar system.
Published March 20 by Graham Wright. 52 pages