Calibre is free and open source Ebook manager for Linux, MAC OS X and Microsoft Windows. The recent release brought minor changes and bug fixes and improved news sources. Check the main changes and how to install Calibre 3.21.
Remaining time of Chapter or a book could be visible on the header and the footer areas of the book. To activate this feature, go to the preferences of the browser viewer and” customize the headers and footers” to display the time left. Note: that time left in chapter only works correctly if chapters are in separate HTML files in the book.
Improved searching capabilities has been added to show all matching tags and there is an undo button to undo changes. Kindle Oasis 2017 has a output profile.
Fixed updating calibre book main list after editing/adding books or editing meta data for books. Doing a dictionary lookup, remove soft hyphens from the word, if any are present. Fixed issues with translation related to web browser cache. Improved news sources such as The Atlantic, Fortune Magazine, Telegraph UK, Hot Air, Reader’s Digest, and The Economist.
[How to]: Install/Update Calibre 3.21 on Linux distributions
sudo -v && wget -nv -O- https://download.calibre-ebook.com/linux-installer.py | sudo python -c "import sys; main=lambda:sys.stderr.write('Download failed\n'); exec(sys.stdin.read()); main()"
This is a single command will do all the work for you downloading the required packages and install or update the current the earlier version of Calibre on your Linux Distribution.
Download page for Calibre EBook Manager includes several Download options for Linux, MAC OS X and Microsoft Windows.