When it comes to books nowadays, you’ll hear many terms thrown around pretty regularly:
Ebook, PDF, Kindle, Nook, ePub, .mobi…the list goes on. We don’t blame you for being confused…it’s confusing.
Don’t fret, we’re here to make some sense of this stuff for you.
Luckily, despite the confusing terms, dot-whatever file types and cute device names, there are really only three different electronic book formats we need to worry about. Let’s look at each of these.
But first, we best play Socrates and clarify our language and terms a bit.
Standard Electronic Book Definitions
Ebook: Generically, ebook just means “electronic book.” That means it’s read on a computer …