Hadbomb

Convert EPUB to LIT

Hadbomb is a browser-based file converter providing you with a one-stop solution for all your file conversion needs. We hope to organise your file system and to make it work more efficiently and effectively with digital documents. With this tool, you can convert your EPUB files to LIT format completely free of cost.
  

EPUB

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LIT

quality conversions

We produce high quality conversions with our open sourced based algorithms and continually optimize to provide the bet possible experience

multiple formats

convert files in multiple formats(20+) with our secure tool, many more formats and features are coming soon

privacy matters

Our servers are highly secure and no one else can access your files except you. We also delete all the uploaded files every 12 hours.

custom options

Our tool allows you to upoad 5 files at once with each being 25MBs maximum. Each file type has its own custom options to choose from.

about EPUB

The .epub(short for “electronic publication”) file extension was created by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). In September 2007, it replaced the previous Open eBook (OEB) standard and became a recognized IDPF standard. Since then, It has grown to become the most frequently used vendor-independent XML-based e-book format. However, A Kindle cannot read EPUB files directly, but you can use our tool to convert them to formats that a Kindle can read. Most smartphones, tablets, and desktops can run EPUB-compatible applications. An EPUB document is deployed as an archive file in which the content is stored as XHTML files, with pictures and other supporting files. Calibre is a cross-platform open-source software used for creating and editing EPUB files.

about LIT

LIT file type was first made available by Microsoft in August 2000 as an e-book file format, which is accessible on both Windows desktops and Pocket PC PDAs. Although popular readers like the Kindle and iBook cannot read LIT files, Windows Pocket PCs and some Windows-based phones can. In August 2011, Microsoft discontinued the use of Microsoft reader & .LIT file format.

how to use

Step 1 :Click the drop-down menu, then select the file format you want to convert between.

Step 2 :Users can drag and drop your files onto the tab to upload them, or click on the tab and select the relevant file to upload. Your files will appear under the "Uploads" section once you've done that.

Step 3 :When you select the "convert" tab located below the section of uploaded files, you will be directed to a website where you can download each file individually or the full section of uploaded files in a zip folder.


Note :

1) We give you the choice to select the file format you want to convert in under the uploaded files of yours that need to be converted, for example, if you want to convert two of the files in another format and the remaining files in another. Once you click the "convert to" tab, a list of file format choices will appear for you to make.

2) You can upload up to 5 files at once, with each file having a maximum size of 50 MB.

3) Users also have access to a feature that lets you upload files, remove them, and then upload additional files as required.

4) Users can access advance features by clicking the settings button provided in the uploaded files section.