If you are looking for MyScribe, you have come to the right place. We explain what MyScribe is and point you to the official download.
What is MyScribe?
MyScribe, or MyScribe Reader, is a desktop application from Café Scribe that allows users to download, sort, and read textbooks from universities and schools that issue e-textbooks. These textbooks may be for lease (on borrowed time), or purchased; in either case, MyScribe has a special digital rights management (DRM) capability that provide users a time-limited trial of textbooks that a university has issued, which is usually available for download on their respective websites.
Like standard e-book readers, MyScribe has annotation features. Students and readers can mark and highlight passages in their textbooks, such as scribbling in the margins for additional notes. These notes and markups do not get saved in the textbook, but rather in an online cloud service, enabling the note authors to access them at another device, such as a computer or an iPad or a tablet. MyScribe can install up to three instances of textbooks shared among devices and can work on a desktop or a laptop. MyScribe is also fully portable; users can copy the software on their USB flash drives and can run right from it without needing to be installed. The textbooks can then be accessed anywhere there is a MyScribe Reader application.
Download MyScribe from the developer
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Download MyScribe (external link)
File types supported by MyScribe
Our users primarily use MyScribe to open these file types:
About file types supported by MyScribe
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Last updated: : June 22, 2014