All our eBooks can be opened on a variety of hardware devices using the popular Javelin eBook reader software.
- You will need to download the Javelin player to be able to read these ebooks -
Please see below for the download links and instructions on how to use these.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Note: Javelin readers for iOS, OSX and Android are all available via the default App Stores for these operating systems. Availability is at the discretion of the App Store provider, this being Apple and Google for these three operating systems
Our Javelin PDF readers for desktops, laptops and mobile devices are very fast, small, secure and fully-functional PDF readers. To download the free Javelin PDF reader simply click on the link provided above for your computer or mobile device.
The Windows version is provided as an installation program - run this by double-clicking the file, ignore any warning messages, and follow the on-screen instructions. When finished Javelin will be available ready for use, and a link to Javelin will be added to your Desktop for future use.
By default Javelin for Windows is placed in the directory c:program filesjavelin.
Having downloaded the Javelin reader for PC or Mac, simply run Javelin and select the File menu, Open option, to open and read a standard PDF file or a secured PDF file (a DRMZ or DRMX file). DRMZ and DRMX files will prompt you for an authorization code - copy the code you have been sent by email and paste it into the field. Press OK and wait for this to be checked over the internet. The file will then be displayed. You only need to do this the first time you access the file.
For mobile devices (iPADs/iPhones, Android devices) see above for details.
All our software products have been checked to ensure they are virus free. Norton Antivirus users - if your antivirus software will not accept a download from us or deletes it/places it in quarantine, we are certain that this is a false positive. Please report this to Symantec as an error. To resolve this please either turn off the offending behaviour in Norton's software (Insight and/or SONAR) or recover the quarantined file from within Norton Antivirus, or use another antivirus product like AVG!
Users with Chinese versions of Windows: You may experience problems authorizing files using Javelin for Windows. If you do, then a temporary solution for any cases like this is as follows: In your Windows system, use the Control Panel, Region settings to change the Windows settings to English temporarily. Run Javelin and authorize the file. Revert to Chinese again and it will continue to work OK.
Javelin for Mac OSX 10.7 and later is available as a free download from the Mac OSX App Store. Alternatively please see below for direct installation from this website