Connect wirelessly to your Calibre E-Book library server. Browse your library and download books directly to your Android device.
Couple Calibre Library with the Nook app or FBReader for Android for a complete solution.
If your Calibre server is visible on the Internet, you can even use your phone's data plan to download books. If your phone has wireless, you can download books from within your own lan regardless.
Requires an SDCARD to store the cache and downloaded files.
$2.99 on Android Marketplace
Where do my books go? By default, books are downloaded to /sdcard/MyDocuments but this is configurable in the preferences.
What format version will it download? If there is more than one version available, it will ask you what version of the book you wish to download.
Does it work with the Nook software for Android? Yes, in fact if your Nook reader is installed first, it will detect this and set your default download directory to dump books directly into your Nook repository.
Does it work with Aldiko? Yes, but you need to manually set your book directory to "/sdcard/eBooks/import", and then from inside Aldiko run Import from the menu after you download a new book.
I am unable to connect to my Calibre server. The most likely culprit is the Windows firewall. Try disabling your firewall and connect again. If you can't connect to the Calibre server with the web browser on your phone, you won't be able to connect with Calibre Library, either.
When I download, I get "You are not licensed." Typically this is caused by a network failure with the Google license service. Restarting the app should make it query the license service again. It's also possible you've tried to download a document before the license service has returned it's answer. Waiting 30 seconds after starting the app for the first time before clicking on a book may help. If you still can't get it to work, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.