The Ebook Converter

The Ebook Converter

By SmoothMobile, LLC

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2014-06-22
  • Current Version: 11.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 35.19 MB
  • Developer: SmoothMobile, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 766 Ratings


Convert your files to nearly any major Ebook format! The Ebook Converter can convert nearly any document, image, or ebook to: EPUB (iBooks), MOBI (Kindle), AZW3 (Kindle), PDF, LIT, PDB, TXT, FB2, TCR, or LRF, etc! 1. Select your input file (or share it from another app) 2. Choose your output format 3. Convert! It will only take a few seconds. 4. Share your file or open it in iBooks, Kindle, Office, etc! Access all your converted files through the in-app file browser, and the FIles app in iOS 11. After conversion is complete, you can preview the file and easily open it in another app, like your document editor of choice, and you can always get all your converted files on your computer with iTunes File Sharing. Conversions usually take less than 15 seconds! Supported input formats include: azw, azw3, chm, docx, fb2, html, lit, lrf, mobi, odt, pdf, rtf, snb, tcr, txt, and more! Supported output formats: epub, mobi, azw3, pdf, lrf, fb2, lit, pdb, tcr, txt Conversion is done on a secure cloud server, which makes conversion easier, faster and much more battery-friendly. You must have an internet connection to use this app. Files are immediately deleted from the server after conversion. While the files are immediately deleted after conversion or cancellation, you should be aware that by using this app, you agree that your files will be sent over to internet from the app to the conversion server. The Ebook Converter includes an optional auto-renewable subscription (Premium Pass): 7 day free trial, 2.49/month after that. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew (at the duration/price selected) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hrs before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Current subscription may not be cancelled during the active subscription period; however, you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of the free one week initial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Privacy Policy & Terms of Use:



  • Free

    By checkinmail
    Yeah right, when I start to convert it pops up to subscribe.$$$$$ Very funny
  • Breaks up text

    By Mutunus Tutunus
    I gave it a url that contains straight forward text to convert to epub. It broke up lines of the text. This alone is a deal killer. If it can’t get simple text right I suspect other, worse problems.
  • Failed to upload every time

    By Schweggg
    Every time I attempted to convert a kindle file to pdf it froze about half way through the upload and never completed. Beware I paid for the pro version to do larger files only to find out it does not work.
  • A few issues

    By Lapizzzzzzzz
    It got stuck on the upload at first File wasn't downloaded correctly at first (corrupted and too small) Not local program, it sends file -which might be private- to an unknown server and redownloads it. A real issue if you need to convert offline and are worried about privacy Certain file types require a subscription but there's a week long free trial It got the job done in the end after a bit of hassle. Good for what it is.
  • This app is a scam

    By A$AP Quan
    these scumbags just want you to subscribe and once you do it is basically impossible to unsubscribe
  • Not free

    By Kelltini
    Very misleading. As soon as you go to convert a file, it asks you to subscribe for a monthly fee.
  • Garbage

    By jcilione
    Pretty much a crap app. I attempted to transfer a pdf to my Kindle and my iBooks. In both instances, it prints out every other line. Like I said, garbage
  • Not free, waste of time

    By Dr. Butter
    Come on Apple, police your drone.
  • Not free

    By dbigsy
    Says it’s free. To convert certain files they want a fee. No thanks.
  • Really awful with technical books

    By Metacreek
    Tried a pdf to ePub conversion. The code and output sections are a mess. Even the page numbers come across badly