Every eBook you acquire and/or download to your Kindle is DRM-protected. This means that you cannot share it with other people or transfer the file to your Mac or to a media device. For this reason, programs like Kindle DRM Removal were created.
Kindle DRM Removal features easy-to-configure, so even a beginner Mac user can easily handle it. Simply import your eBook files from your local directories or load a folder, choose the preferred output options, and click the "Remove DRM" button.
The utility keeps a log per processed document, supports batch processing, and takes a minimum amount of time to generate your DRM-free eBooks.
The only thing missing from this program is the ability to export the imported content to other formats. Instead, you are being recommended a different program from another developer to convert the resulting files to different formats. The tool in question is open source and can be used for as long as you like, without paying a buck.
Still, the utility does exactly what's being said on the homepage of the developer, without damaging the quality of the input files or slowing down your Mac while removing the DRM protection. So, it's up to you to decide, based on your needs, if it's worth buying this product for your Mac or look for another tool that can remove DRM protection and convert the resulting eBook files to other formats.