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Kindle forum gave me the solution! Synch only works when in the softwares's "home screen". Now they are properly synched :D sad I must always do it manually, they should automatically synch with Kindle server whenever there's internet available.


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Moon+ Reader can do this, storing the data in Dropbox or in Google Drive. (Note: I have not actually tried this functionality myself as I can't bear to use Moon+ due to its horrible UI and poor support for the ePub standard. But the feature is there in the settings, if you can find the right settings page...) Google Play Books does so too - but it does not ...


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Apparently Calibre does already have the capability to capture the annotations from Kobo. When Kobo is attached to your computer, the "Send to Device" logo appears as a menu option in Calibre. If you right click on that logo, the bottom menu option is "Fetch annotations (experimental)". One caution however is that Calibre seems to fetch the annotations ...


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This is possible, but I have not found an "off-the-shelf" solution. You can add annotations with a work-in-progress-extension for calibre: The source includes code to handle Kindle notes, but not any for Kobo. However it should be possible to add that starting e.g. from this kobo specific code.


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Google books which was mentioned by a previous poster is a decent option, but it can be irritating managing your files on the google cloud. If all you're trying to do is sync your last-read position between devices I would recommend Bluefire Reader paired with a dropbox account. You'll also need to set up a free Adobe ID and register the Bluefire apps on ...


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Google Play Books is probably what you are looking for. It synchronizes data between all your devices, allows you to upload your own ebooks and it supports epub format.


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To do this, you will need to use Sections. Also, when you create a new section, make sure to disable the "Link to Previous" option so that the formatting starts where you want it to. Make sure your opening content is in one section, then start your first chapter in a second section. Add a footer to the first page of the chapter and insert your page number ...


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