Klib - Organize Highlights 4+

靖森 郑

    • 4.6 • 194 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Klib is a new way to manage highlights and notes for Kindle and Apple Books.

Live For Notes:

- Import from Kindle, Amazon, Apple Books or WeRead.
- Read highlights in an elegant way.
- Review highlights in Kindle and Apple Books.
- Copy highlights in Markdown format.
- Export highlights to Evernote.
- Share highlights with friends.

Great Experience:

- Support Dark Mode.
- Support multiple keyboard shortcuts.
- Thanks to native interaction, you're already Klib expert.

Free account could manage 10 books. You can upgrade to Klib Pro to manage unlimited books or subscribe "Klib Extensions" to import from Amazon. The subscription will be auto-renew which can be stopped 1 day before the end of the current period.

Learn more: https://en.toolinbox.net/Klib/


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- Email: iToolinbox@gmail.com
- Telegram: https://t.me/iToolinbox

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What’s New

Version 2.0.4

Could display the imported source of the highlights.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
194 Ratings

194 Ratings

Ruby^o* ,

Very good for Apple Books

As a heavy Apple Book user, I have tried many ways to export thousands of notes on Apple Books, and even tried to use Apple's own shortcuts to do this, but the results were not ideal, and the sequence was a big problem. This app successfully solved my problem, and every note was accurate. I usually import them into klib and then export the Markdown format to Obsidian.
A small piece of advice: it would be perfect if chapters could be graded, such as H1, H2, H3...
Finally, many thanks to the developers for their efforts.

Developer Response ,

Hi Ruby,
Glad to know Klib is helpful for you. Welcome recommend Klib to your friends who also need it.

For your advice, a walkaround way is, mark the Chapter as highlight. In Klib, right the highlight and click mark as Chapter.


clintgilliam ,

Great app, close to perfect!

Love having a local version of the kindle notes (v web based). Import from Kindle works well and gets personal doc books also. Export to Evernote works well. Free version limited to 10 books but well worth the upgrade! Developer is very responsive to emails and feature requests. Best of all, no subscription only a one time pay for more than 10 books!

Wish List:
- For export to Evernote, would be much more helpful if it also included the citation (location). Without this, using for educational purposes is pretty useless.
- Reader View is nice but again would be useful if it also included the citation at the end.

Developer Response ,

Glad to know you like Klib. Get your suggestions, thanks.

ReadingRahim ,

Exactly what I was looking for

I had been looking to build something like this myself, and even started, but so glad to have found this instead. Reading from both Kindle and Apple Books on multiple devices, it drove me crazy how inaccessible the highlights and notes were from both, so this app has made life much easier for me

Developer Response ,

Wow, glad to know you like Klib. Hope Klib could help you read more.

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