Kobo e-reader for my Ipad

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    I have installed "Kobo e-reader" on my Ipad (1.0) but i don't have idea to load .epub books in "Kobo e-reader".

    Can you help me any one please!!!
     
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    Hi and welcome to the forum! Good to see you and I hope you enjoy your visits.

    There are a couple of ways to get epubs onto the iPad so you can read them with the Kobo app. The first way is to connect the iPad to iTunes. Then, at the bottom of the first page (the Summary page), if you scroll to the bottom, you should see a line for the Kobo reader. You can drag and drop your books into the box, once the Kobo line is highlighted.

    The other way is via the app. Somewhere on the app (I don't exactly know because I don't use that app) is a place where you can download books that you've purchased from Kobo. If you don't own any books specifically by that company, then when you DO buy them, they are able to be downloaded.

    Hope this helps.

    Marilyn

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