ePUBee DRM Removal 220.127.116.11
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ePUBee DRM Removal is a handy little tool that has been developed with the sole purpose of helping its users remove the DRM protection from all kinds from e-books. It supports a lot of popular types of e-books, including PDF, ePUB, Kindle AZW, Nook books, ADEPT and eReader files.
The previous version of ePUBee DRM Removal failed to successfully process ePUB files during my testing. This was not the case anymore with the latest version. It managed to check ePUB files for DRM restrictions and remove them when they were found. I still have some doubts about its reliability since the previously tested version was almost completely a bad experience, but I have to admit that this newer version looks a bit better. Anyway, my doubts are also kept alive by the fact that the conversion feature of this tool seems to be somehow unfinished, even in this latest version. It should block the conversion of one format to another, such as from ePUB to PDF, and enable it only in the purchased, full edition of this tool, but it actually blocks the outputting to any other format than ePUB. I guess this tool is still cursed with the carrying of annoying glitches.
The fact that it is advertised as being freeware while it actually requires donations in order to unlock all of its functions is still there, unchanged and unfixed. And as I previously mentioned, this is quite a downside for me and for all those who highly value honesty and clear approaches.
In conclusion, ePUBee DRM Removal has changed a bit since its previous tested version, but there’s still a rather long way until it gets my vote of confidence. It’s a flawed application that will more likely disappoint you than please you.
- Neat and easy-to-use interface
- Supports batch processing of multiple files at once
- Supports the popular ePUB format
- Fails to convert other e-books than ePUB files because of a glitch in the conversion function
- Could use a clearer approach when it comes to its licensing system