Summer updates: some changes for Kindle option, improved design, Bulgarian language and over 50k new books
Z-Library is a library that is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Like our readers, Zlibrary strives to become better, and that's why we've made a number of upgrades.
We want our users to focus on reading, not on technical things. Therefore, we have increased the size of files that can be sent, the limit is now 45 MB and performance of full-text search became higher—search results appear faster. We increased displayed books limit from 500 to 1000 books for premium users only.
As you know, Amazon will stop supporting MOBI files for sending to Kindle at the end of the month. It will be replaced by EPUB. Until that happens, we recommend using MOBI, as EPUB is still a work in progress. While the choice is yours, you can also send EPUB files to Kindle, Zlibrary already has this feature.
The visual component has changed as well. Letters have become more informative: the book cover, title, author is available directly in our e-mails. We changed the interface of option “report a problem” and improved the look of booklist display in mobile version.
We greatly appreciate your help! We made a thank-you notice for the users who have uploaded the book that matched the book request. During the upload, you will see information about how many readers are waiting for the book, and as soon as the book becomes available for download—those users will receive an email about its appearance.
To top it off with good news—we have a new language! Twenty-ninth is now Bulgarian—the site displays in it, and there are also about 56,000 rare books in the library.
Spending the last days of summer with a good book is twice as enjoyable. It's a pity, summer and good books have one thing in common: they end quickly.