Overdrive eBooks Help using the Library eBooks
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Who can borrow
Frequently Asked Questions

What is your device?
Click on the name of your device to view and print PDF instructions on how to borrow Library eBooks.

Android Tablets   

Asus Transformer Pad Tablet

Computer, Laptop, or Netbook

Google Nexus Tablet

HTC Phones

iPad

iPhone

iPod Touch

iRiver eReader

Kindle eReader Wi-fi

Kindle eReader 3G

Kindle Fire Tablet (Can also use the app)

Kobo eReader

Kobo Vox Tablet

LG Phones

Literati eReader

Microsoft Surface with Windows RT Tablet

Motorola Android Phones

Motorola Xoom Tablet

NextBook Next 2 Tablet

Nokia Windows Phones

Nook eReader

Nook HD Tablet

Pandigital Tablet

Pocketbook Pro eReader

Samsung Galaxy Tablet

Samsung Phones

Skytex Primer eReader

Sony Ericsson Xperia Tablet

Sony Reader

Sony Tablet

Sylvania Mini Tablet

Toshiba Thrive Tablet

ViewSonic gTablet

If you don't see your device listed:
For most Tablets  | 
For most eReaders

Older Android Devices

 

More Information:

App Troubleshooting (Overdrive help webpage)

Changing Your Loan Period on OverDrive (1 page PDF)

Claiming your holds on Overdrive (1 page PDF)

Classic titles on Overdrive (1 page PDF)
       The public domain titles can be read on your computer, Nook, or the Overdrive app.
       For Kindle users, you can access classics from the Amazon Kindle Classics webpage.  

Having problems with Adobe Digital Editions?

Return your eBook early for: Kindle, Nook, and the App
 

eBook Reading Suggetions:
 

  Biographies

Books Made into Movies

Business

Christmas

Christian

 

Classics

Michigan

Popular Authors

Read and Listen

Short Stories

Summer and Beach Stories

 

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January 27 2014 eBook Demonstration


Grace A. Dow Memorial Library