back to the Magazine Home

Tyndale Magazine | eVersion

Tyndale Magazine is available in multiple electronic versions compatible with most  common eReaders. Please select the version you would like below:

PDF

This format can be read by most eBook readers and will be most like the printed verion. You may also read this on your computer with Adobe Acrobt Reader.

PDFDownload PDF
Spring/Summer 2014

PDFDownload 120 Anniversary Edition

ePub

This format is most commonly used in iBooks on the iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch devices but is supported by other devices such as Kobo eReader, Sony Reader, and Nook.

ePubDownload ePub
Spring/Summer 2014

 

.mobi (Mobipocket)

This format may be used on multiple portable reading devices such as Blackberry, PalmOs, and Kindle.

 

KindleDownload .mobi
Fall/Winter 2013-2014

 

 

Information on eBook file formats

PDF: A file format created by Adobe Systems, initially to provide a standard form for storing and editing printed publishable documents. The format derives from PostScript, but without language features like loops, and with added support for features like compression and passwords. Because PDF documents can easily be viewed and printed by users on a variety of computer platforms, they are very common on the World Wide Web.
Use if » You want to view on a computer or an eBook reader with PDF support

ePub: The .epub or OEBPS format is an open standard for e-books created by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). Currently, the format can be read by the Kobo eReader, Apple's iBooks app running on iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, Barnes and Noble Nook, Sony Reader, BeBook, Bookeen Cybook Gen3 (with firmware v. 2 and up),COOL-ER, Adobe Digital Editions, Lexcycle Stanza, BookGlutton, AZARDI, Aldiko and WordPlayer on Android, Freda on Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7, and the Mozilla Firefox add-on EPUBReader.
Use if » You want to read on an iPhone/iPad, Kobo eReader, Nook, or Sony Reader

mobi: The Mobipocket e-book format based on the Open eBook standard using XHTML and can include JavaScript and frames. It also supports native SQL queries to be used with embedded databases. There is a corresponding e-book reader. The reader has a full screen mode for reading and support for many PDAs, Communicators, and Smartphones. Mobipocket products support most Windows, Symbian, BlackBerry and Palm operating systems.
Use if » You want to read on a Kindle, Blackberry, or other smartphone with Mobipocket support

Adapted from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_e-book_formats