Originally Posted by jswinden
Unfortunately no. However, if you have a Kobo Touch, not sure about the WiFi, at least they let you download both the kePub and ePub (if it exists). Which means for the same price you can have the kePub for your KT and an ePub for non-Kobo readers that are registered for ADE. If you don't have a Kobo then you have to be careful not to accidentally purchase a kePub that does not have a corresponding ADE ePub. Kobo really needs to make that point more obvious on the store site.
@ScalyFreak, My bad, I misunderstood what you wrote.
I just have the Kobo apps on my iPod Touch and the Cruz Reader.