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I have been using CC for a while on my iPad and iPhone and it has worked without flaw in the past, but since IOS 11 came out it has been kind of glitchy. It was offline for a while but now the update has made it compatible with IOS 11, it is working fine on my iPhone, but still a few issues with iPad. The app serves me well and I do recommend it for getting your books from calibre to your preferred device.
Man! I just do not get these negative reviews. It organizes the books in Calibre in a number of useful ways and provides a very easy way to transfer the books. My Calibre library is stored on Dropbox, so no matter where I am, as long as I have an internet connection, I can get any of my books without connection to my PC, which is quite useful since I never take my PC traveling. Sure there are a number of other ways to set up Calibre to access your books, locally and remotely, but none as simple and reliable as CC.
After the upgrade, this app seems to have a mind of it’s own. I also lost all of my books. Plus I can’t get the app to do anything now. It was just a big waste of money! It bothers me that the developers released a buggy update with KNOWN PROBLEMS and seemingly no concern for potential loss of an entire library of books. It also bothers me that when I bought the app, I believed it to be a one-time purchase. The new developer is planning on making this app subscription based. Great, now we are going to be nickeled and dimed on something that should be free to use after the initial purchase. Based on the way we have been treated by this developer, I will be reluctant to purchase anything by Mr. Cohen again. Greed and ineptitude have ruined a great product.
I’m new to calibre and finding it solves a lot of my document organizational problems. That means a lot, in my world. One small request for now: I have a hard time remembering names or titles sometimes. It would be helpful if each of the lists showed full names with the alphabet navigators on the side, similar to the titles lookup. For example, opening the tags would actually show me all of my tags, instead of having to remember I’m looking for ‘pinniped’ under ‘P’. Seeing the actual word would speed up my recall. Thanks for considering aides to aging brains...
At one point in time this worked wonderfully to sync my ipad with my Calibre library. When I try to connect now it connects and starts its “initial sync” but after 30 or so seconds it appears to disconnect. No error is given. It just silently fails. I don’t have the time or patience to deal with bad software. It’s bad enough that it fails but it’s even worse that it fails with no explanation. Your mileage may vary. You may never trip over the issue I’m experiencing but since I’ve got no way to tell what happened to cause this it’s possible you may.
Developed by Gold Tree Consulting LLC.
Calibre Companion is ranking in Books & Utilities
Last update was at Jun 14, 2021and the current version is 2.0.15.
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Calibre Companion have a 238a user reviews.
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