How do you actually import your own books into Blio for Windows- I see strings on this but NO actual directions and no interface/support within the app itself.
I am exploring so see if this is a viable solution for school eBook access consolidation, including materials that are already owned.
It depends on the format of the files. If the files are DRM free EPUBs, you can drag and drop them into the app or copy them to the Documents\Blio folder.
If the files are not EPUB or are protected by a 3rd party DRM (EX Adobe DRM) you will not be able to use those books in the app.
To import a DRM-free .epub on your Android device, perform the following steps.
1. Launch Blio and tap library at the top of the screen.
2. Once the library screen is visible, tap the menu icon up at the top right of the screen. Depending on the device being used, this icon may look like a set of gray squares.
3. Tap import book.
Alternatively, if you are near your computer, you can drag and drop the files in to the Blio directory on the Android device.
Please let me know if you require additional assistance.
All Blio eBooks are associated with the email address used during the purchase process. To retrieve your previously purchased titles, please download and install the Blio application for your device from:
Once installed, you can launch the app and sign in with a registered email and password to access your eBooks. For additional assistance, feel free to give us a call at: 209-720-2280.