Numerous ebook formats emerged and proliferated, some supported by major software companies such as Adobe with its PDF format, and others supported by independent and open-source programmers. Multiple readers followed multiple formats, most of them specializing in only one format, and thereby fragmenting the ebook market even more.
A writer or publisher has many options when it comes to choosing a format for ebooks publication. While the average end-user might arguably simply want to read books, every format has its proponents.
The following is a comparison of ebook formats used to create and publish ebooks. Click on a ebook format to see the format introduction and related software downloads.
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