Support

Help with joining, logging-in and using Libreture. Along with some useful information about e-books.

If you have a problem that isn't answered here, feel free to contact me at support@libreture.com.

Joining

Create an account and log-in at Libreture.com/login.

You don't need to provide your real name when joining Libreture. Your payment details are stored securely by your payment provider, and all we require are a username (for your library page), an e-mail address (to contact you) and a password (so you can log-in). These details are stored in an encrypted format.

Logging-in

You need to provide your e-mail address and password to log-in to Libreture.

If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it.

Subscription Renewal

Libreture automatically debits the subscription fee each month on or near the monthly anniversary of your join date. Your renewal date is detailed in the e-mail you receive when joining Libreture.

If there are any problems with your payment, you will receive an automated e-mail from the provider. And I'll be in touch to work out any issues.

Adding Books

Once you've logged-in, visit your library page and select Upload a Book.

Currently, you can add 5 books at a time, but this limit will increase as we test with more and more books.

Books must be DRM-free and in ePub or Mobi format. Your books may take a few minutes to be processed and appear in your library and personal Activity stream.

If there are any issues processing your books, you will receive an e-mail detailing the problem.

We will soon be launching an Upload Book button for DRM-free bookshops to add to their sites. This will allow you to upload a book you've purchased directly to your Libreture account without having to download it first. More information will be available on this when it launches.

Remember: Libreture does not condone piracy of any kind.
This service exists to provide readers with a means to store legitimately purchased or received e-books. In doing so, we hope to help authors, presses and publishers produce more great titles and support DRM-free bookshops in getting them to us.

Changing the reading status of a book

You can change the status of each of your books by selecting Change Reading Status on individual book pages and choosing an option. Your book will appear in the relevant list and the action recorded in your Activity stream.

Library and Book Privacy

When you first join Libreture, your Library is already private. You can change this at any time by visiting your library and selecting Make my library public. You can make it private again by selecting Make my library private.

To exclude individual books from ever being public, regardless of your library setting, select Lock this book in a book's individual page.

Private libraries and locked books do not appear in public lists or activity feeds.

Downloading your books

To download any of your books, simply visit the individual book page and select Download. This also works from most e-readers if they have a built-in web browser. Log-in to Libreture from your e-reader's web browser and download the book as normal. Books are only available to download in the format they were uploaded.

A streamlined method for downloading books to e-readers will follow soon.

Deleting your books

Deleting a book permanently removes the file itself from your library. Select Delete this book from the book's individual page. Any data connected to your book is also deleted, so please use this facility carefully.

Deleting your Libreture account

You can close and delete your Libreture account at any time. Select Delete Account from the Edit Account page.

This PERMANENTLY DELETES ALL YOUR BOOKS, associated information and personal details from Libreture at the end of your subscription month. There is no way of recovering it. This is to ensure your details are always safe from prying - if we don't need to store your details, we shouldn't have them at all.

Your subscription fee will not be taken at the next renewal date. Your account will remain open and accessible until then. If you change your mind, please contact me.

Contact me

If you want to get in touch about Libreture, feel free to contact me at support@libreture.com or Twitter (@libreture) or Mastodon (@kevinbeynon@mastodon.social).

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