Bookeen is a French company which develops e-readers, and member of EDRLab.
Bookeen has developed a new e-reader named *Diva*; this Linux-based device will be LCP compliant from day one.
Using this Bookeen Diva e-reader and the already LCP compliant server platform developed by ePagine and Tite-live, the trio will provide from September 2019 an integrated platform , LCP based, offering a seamless access to the very large catalog of EPUB formatted e-books, plus audiobooks.
Tolino eReader (Kobo)
Tolino is is a brand name of e-readers and tablets marketed by leading booksellers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The technical solution is operated by Kobo.
EDRLab has fully tested and certified the Page eReader, which can now import LCP protected EPUB ebooks distributed by DiviBib / The Onleihe. The Onleihe is the main e-lending solution in Germany.
Lis-a iOS and Android (Art Book Magazine)
Lis-a, the universal reading application for iOS developed by Art Book Magazine, was the first Readium LCP compliant application on the Apple AppStore. It has now an Android sibling, also compliant with Readium LCP.
Lis-a iOS is an iPad/iPhone application. It is built upon the original Readium SDK (Readium “1”), reads EPUB 2, EPUB 3 fixed layout and reflowable publications, even PDF files.
Art Book Magazine is a French company and digital bookstore focusing on “arty” publications; ABM ismember of EDRLab.
See also our post on the release of Lis-a.
Baobab iOS and Android (Dilicom)
Baobab is an application dedicated to the French Prêt Numérique en Bibiliothèque (PNB) market. PNB is the main e-lending platform in France, with thousands of public libraries already connected.
Baobab has been developed by Dilicom, with the help of the expertise of Art Book Magazine. Public Library patrons will soon be able to use it for accessing Readium LCP protected ebooks in any public library in France.
Baobab is a free app, available for iOS and Android. It is built upon the original Readium SDK (Readium “1”), reads EPUB 2, EPUB 3 fixed layout and reflowable publications, and even PDF files.
Dilicom is an interprofessional service which facilitates the development of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) in the French commercial book sector; Dilicom is member of EDRLab.
Download links: iOS (Fr)
LEA Reader Android and iOS (Adilibre)
LEA Reader is the new reading application for Android and iOS, developed by Adilibre, the technical subsidiary of Albin Michel, a large French publisher.
The application is using the expertise of Nordsoft, developer of a reading engine based on the Readium “1” SDK. Nordsoft is a member of EDRLab.
See also our post on the release of LEA Reader Android.
Cantook Hub (De Marque)
De Marque is a Canadian company, which provides technical solutions to e-distributors and public libraries in different countries; it is also a member of EDRLab.
Cantook Hub, the distribution platform for digital books from De Marque, is now Readium LCP certified. This opens the way to the distribution of Readium LCP protected EPUB files in every distribution platform operated by Cantook servers.
This is the case for Eden Livres in France. This will soon be also the case for Lirtuel in Belgium. Lirtuel is the e-lending library portal of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, which groups 350 francophone public libraries.
TEA (The ebook alternative)
TEA is a French company which provides technical solutions to e-distributors; member of EDRLab since 2015, and since 2018 member of the board of EDRLab.
The solution developed by TEA is 100% LCP compliant, with the addition of a feature which allows a reading application developed by TEA to fetch automatically the passphrase of a publication, if this publication is served from a TEA-powered retail server and if the user is authenticated on this server. In all other cases, the passphrase of a publication served by a TEA server is (currently) the user email address on the TEA server, as reflected by the passphrase hint.
Numilog is a French distribution platform, and member of EDRLab.
Numilog has integrated the Readium LCP license server on its distribution platform and is ready to provide LCP protected content to french Public Library users starting June 2019.
ePagine is a French distribution platform of independent booksellers, and member of EDRLab. ePagine was the first to launch a production grade Readium LCP license server, in February 2018.
You can access the platform on http://lcp.epagine.fr and test LCP by downloading free protected ebooks (in July 2018, several Bandes Dessinées from Valérian are proposed for test, for free)
Note that this license server is based on the readium-lcp-server open-source codebase EDRLab has developed for easing the integration of Readium LCP in distribution platforms.
The UK based Firsty Group is a digital development agency that works exclusively within publishing. It specialises in eCommerce, direct to consumer websites and apps for publishers, retailers, aggregators, distributors, and authors – developing solutions designed to improve the commercial success of the business.
The platform has now adopted the LCP DRM (using the Readium LCP Server provided by EDRLab) for its direct to consumer Glassboxx platform and for the Ulverscroft platform developed for providing ebooks and audiobooks to public libraries in the UK, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and US. Its reading apps are based on the Readium SDK and its LCP client library.
Canadian Electronic Library
Canadian Electronic Library (CEL) is an aggregator of ebooks for libraries specializing in Canadian contents. EPUB reflow and fixed-layout content and audiobooks are available on the desLibris platform and now protected by LCP. CEL is member of EDRLab.
CEL is also developing an iOS and an Android app, both based on the new Readium Mobile toolkit, both LCP compliants.
Soon to be certified
R2 Reader, iOS and Android (EDRLab)
R2 reader is the main test application for the new Readium Mobile toolkit. It essentially demonstrates the power of this new development platform and should be used as a base for developers willing to adopt this toolkit.
The iOS app can be found here.
The Android app can be found here.
The Webqem solution is based on the Readium LCP Server provided by EDRLab and the LCP compliant DITA Reader (based on the Readium Mobile toolkit).
DITA Reader, iOS and Android (AM Consulting LLC)
DITA (a.k.a AM Consulting LLC) is a consulting firm owned by Aferdita Muriqi, the lead developer of the Readium Mobile toolkit. DITA is a member of EDRLab.
DITA reader is based on the new Readium Mobile toolkit. It demonstrates the power of this new development platform and can be personalized to the needs of DITA customers.
The iOS app can be found here.
The Android app can be found here.
Immatériel is a French distribution platform, and member of EDRLab.
Immatériel is currently developing a Readium LCP license server.
Interforum is a French distribution platform, and member of EDRLab.
Interforum is currently integrating a Readium LCP license server in its distribution platform.
The Shanghai Library is the second largest public library in China. It is member of EDRLab.
Its new e-lending platform is using LCP for managing ebook chrono-degradability.
The Shanghai Library is also developing an iOS and an Android app, both based on the new Readium Mobile toolkit, both LCP compliants.
Axiell Media is a large Swedish publishing solution provider for publishers, distributors, public libraries and schools. The Axiell Media platform has now adopted the LCP DRM (using the Readium LCP Server provided by EDRLab) and the new Readium Mobile toolkit for its iOS and Android reading apps.
Gantec Publishing Solutions is a US publishing solution provider for publishers, schools and higher education. Gantec Publishing ebooks2go platform is currently adopting the LCP DRM (using the Readium LCP Server provided by EDRLab) and the new Readium Mobile toolkit for its iOS and Android reading apps.
Inspirata Publishing, from Hong Kong, operates the Endao platform, a Christian e-book reading platform that aims to promote the digital distribution of Chinese Christian resources. Endao is currently adopting the LCP DRM (using the Readium LCP Server provided by EDRLab) and the new Readium Mobile toolkit for its iOS and Android reading apps.
Global Comic. com
global-comic.com is a new Japanese Manga distribution platform, launched in March 2019 with a service named “Mochimi”. The platform has directly adopted the LCP DRM (using the Readium LCP Server provided by EDRLab) and the new Readium Mobile toolkit for its iOS and Android reading apps.
FBReader is a popular reading application, available on Android, iOS, Linux, Windows and soon MacOSX.
The new MacOSX application is currently tested by EDRLab for Readium LCP compliance. The developer of FBReader expects to adopt Readium LCP in the whole product line.
OPENs (DRM Inside)
DRM Inside is a Korean company which develop protection SDKs for EPUB publications.
Their OPENs application is a test application demonstrating the capabilities of their Readium LCP client SDK. It was first demonstrated during the 2017 EPUB Summit, in Brussels, using the LCP test (a.k.a “basic”) profile.
The application is currently tested by EDRLab for Readium LCP compliance with the production profile (a.k.a. “1.0”).
BiblioVault – University of Chicago Press
BiblioVault is a not-for-profit organization, working for about 100 academic and university presses in the U.S.
BiblioVault joined Readium in 2014, and, in 2016, added a “Read Online” fulfillment alternative for their readers, built with Readium-js. Now they are moving their fulfillment solution to LCP.