Project Gutenberg ebooks come in a several formats to suit a variety of e-readers and mobile devices.
Kindle users may download the PDF version and email it to the Kindle's email account. The next time you sync your device, the file will appear. If you don't know your Kindle email address, visit your Amazon account. Under 'Digital Content', select 'Manage Your Kindle' and then 'Manage Your Devices'.
Nook users may download the PDF or EPUB version of the ebook to their computer. You will first need to download Adobe Digital Editions (free software). Then download and save the EPUB or PDF ebook and open it in Adobe Digital Editions. Connect your Nook to your computer and it will appear as a 'bookshelf' in Adobe Digital Editions. You can then drag and drop your downloaded ebook onto your Nook 'bookshelf,' which will transfer the ebook onto your device.
Sony Reader users may also download the PDF or EPUB version to their computer. You must first download the Reader Librarysoftware (free online). Then, download and save the PDF or EPUB ebook and open it in Reader Library. Connect your Nook to your computer and a new tab called 'Reader' will appear on the Reader Library screen, and a message will appear indicating that a sync is in progress. The book you have downloaded to your Reader Library will be transferred to your Sony Reader.
iPad users may download PDF versions of ebooks to read in the Adobe Reader App, or EPUB versions to read in the Bluefire Reader App. If you select the PDF format, the file may open in your browser window, with the option to 'Open in...' displaying in the top right corner. Touch the 'Open in...' button and select Adobe Reader. Selecting the EPUB format will take you to a screen displaying an book icon with a file name, and the option to 'Open in...'. Touch the 'Open in...' button and choose Bluefire Reader.