Are you a Kobo user who’s been frustrated by the lack of wireless transfer options for ebooks? If so, you’re not alone. While Kobo does offer some official support for Dropbox on the Kobo Forma, Kobo Sage, and Kobo Elipsa, most Kobo devices don’t support any wireless transfer methods at all. This can be really inconvenient for users who want to quickly and easily transfer personal documents and ebooks to their Kobo ereader.
Kobo should seriously consider adding more wireless transfer options for ebooks. It would make life much easier for Kobo users, and it would make the Kobo experience more enjoyable. With the right wireless transfer options, users could quickly and easily send documents and ebooks to their Kobo device without having to resort to cables or other methods.
Kobo has made some great strides in recent years when it comes to improving their ereaders. But until they add more wireless transfer options, users will continue to be frustrated by the lack of options. Hopefully Kobo will take this into consideration and add more wireless transfer options in the near future.