I'm using InDesign CS5.5 and CS6 (for Mac OS) to create ePubs for one of my publishing customers. I used Adobe Digital Editions to test their view-ability as well as emailed the ePub drafts to my iPod Touch to see how they view in iBooks. When I open them in Kindle Previewer, I get a good sample of how they will view on various Kindle devices, when Mobi converted. My customer is happy with how they view on his iPad but he was a little taken back when he learned that I don't have a tablet for test flying the ePubs I create for him. I was thinking of getting an Apple Refurbished iPad 2 16GB Wifi for $318. I noticed there are also Android Tablets like the Galaxy Note 10.1, from Samsung, and the Nexus 7, from Google, which both use the Android OS.
Do the Android tablets use the ePub format for there purchased downloadable books, like the iPad? Is the iPad the best device for test flying my ePubs if I'm going the purchase just one tablet?
If you are working on ePub's you are in the wrong forums, right one is Adobe Digital Editions. However you plant to create apps on these platforms, DPS is the way to go.
Sorry about that. Thanks.