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Yes. After logging in, click on My Account at the top of the page, then click on My eLibrary and click on the download prompt.

Your purchase entitles you to access your purchased eBook content online in your eLibrary, or offline with a eReader or PC once you have downloaded it.

Click on the "Login" link on the top right of the home page to get to the login screen. Type your credentials into the username and password fields and click the "Login" button to access your account.

Login to your account. Click on the eLibrary link to see your purchased eBooks.

See the hardware guide and software guide pages on your Account page for more detail.

A charge for the eBooks will immediately appear on your statement under the name of aha! Process.

After logging in, click on My Account, which is your special eBook account.

Click on the edit tab (upper right, under My Account).

Type your new password into the "password" and "confirm password" fields and save.

We suggest using the same password as used in the main aha! Process Store.

The term eBook refers to an electronic version of a printed book. eBooks can be read on a variety of devices in addition to eReader software on devices such as mobile phones and personal computers. The most important consideration when purchasing an eBook is what device you intend to purchase the eBook for. eBooks in ePUB and PDF format may be read on several eReader devices (Sony Reader, B&N Nook for example). The Amazon Kindle uses the MobiPocket file format. All AppleTM devices with the Stanza app installed will automatically download ShelfWise files.

eReader devices are hardware devices that function primarily to display eBooks.

eReader software is a program that allows the reading of eBooks (or non-native eBook formats) on additional hardware devices, such as personal computers or mobile phones.  An example of eReader software is the free Stanza app which is designed to read ePUB format books on Apple devices.  Stanza 3.0.3 will also read eBook PDF files, but PDFs are not optimized for small screens, so the reading experience on handhelds may be inferior to the experience with ePUB. For more information see our eReader Software Guide.

The eBook format you choose must be compatible with your eReader device or the eReader software you wish to use. For further instructions by device, please see our eReader Device Hardware Guide.

Reader Apps Compatible with iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod®touch 

Bluefire Reader  free app compatible with Apple iOS devices that supports DRM-protected ePDF and ePub formats.

Adobe Digital Editionsfree app compatible with Apple iOS devices that supports DRM-protected ePDF and ePub formats.

 

Reader Apps Compatible with Android

Aldikofree app compatible with Android devices that supports DRM-protected ePDF and ePub formats.

Bluefire ReaderA  free app compatible with Android devices that supports DRM-protected ePDF and ePub formats.

 

Reader Apps Compatible with Computers

Adobe Digital Editionsfree app compatible with Mac OS X and Windows-enabled PCs that supports DRM-protected ePDF and ePub formats.

Bluefire ReaderA  free app compatible with Windows-enabled PCs that supports DRM-protected ePDF and ePub formats.

*This chart is not all inclusive. Additional formats may be supported and additional reading devices are available.

**All Apple devices with the Stanza app installed will automatically download ePub files.

eBooks in ePub format may be read on several dedicated mobile reading devices (Sony Reader, B&N Nook for example). The Amazon Kindle uses the MobiPocket file format.

Click here for a detailed list of eBook PDF and ePub supported devices.

For more information on what software is required to view your purchased book on a computer, eReader, or handheld device see our eReader Software Guide.