Frequently Asked Questions

How do I send my Gumroad purchase to my Kindle?

Luckily, there are many ways to get a file onto your Kindle. Click here to learn more.

 

How do I use iBooks to send EPUB files to your iPad/iPhone?

To read a book that you purchased even when you're not connected to Wi-Fi or the Internet, download it before you go offline.

How to download a book on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Find the item in your library. Don't see the book that you want?

  2. Tap the download button  under the book's cover image. If you don't see the download button , the book is already downloaded to your device.
    If the book is part of a series, first tap to open the series, then tap the download button under the book that you want. 

How to download a book on your Mac

  1. Find the item in your library. Don't see the book that you want?

  2. Click the download button  in the upper-right corner. If you don't see the download button, the book is already downloaded to your device.
    If the book is part of a series, first double-click to open the series, then click the download button on the book that you want.

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How do I open a Zip or .Rar file?

On a Mac: 

Go to your Downloads folder and double-click the file. That's it. A new folder will open in your downloads folder. Do with it what you like.

On a PC: 

Go to your Downloads folder and right-click the file. Click Extract All. And that's it.

Don't see Extract All? Rename the file to BoxOfCookies.zip (so it seems more sweet and not scary). Now right-click the file again, and you'll see Extract All. 2. Double click the file. A new window containing all the files will open. Highlight all of the files, and drag them to your desktop, or to a new folder. They are now extracted!

On a Mobile Device:
We advise that you not try to open a zip file on a mobile device. There are multiple free apps in the iTunes and Google Play stores that could conceivably unzip your download for you, but we recommend just doing it on a laptop or desktop device.

 

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