Updates to OverDrive Mobile Apps

By Jamie W. RSS Tue, February 28, 2017

OverDrive, one of our most popular Digital Media platforms for accessing ebooks and digital audiobooks, recently made some changes to their mobile apps. These changes should make your digital reading experience go more smoothly. In addition to fixing some minor bugs, changes include:

  • The "Choose a format" drop-down on the Loans page has been changed to "Download" for clarity.

     
     

  • If you do not sign out at the end of your session, OverDrive will keep you signed in longer by default, eliminating the need to sign in each time you visit our digital library on your mobile device.
     
  • The OverDrive Read and OverDrive Listen formats have been removed within the OverDrive App to simplify the format selection step and allow you to begin reading and listening quicker. If you prefer using the OverDrive Read and OverDrive Listen formats, you can still access them by visiting OverDrive through a web browser. Exceptions include titles that are only available in the Read and Listen formats. They will still be available through the app as well as through your browser.

     
     

If you haven't already, you can download the OverDrive app for your mobile device or visit our OverDrive today to check out some new releases or find an old favorite!


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Thank you Ian 87 years old hope I could manage thuan you
Lise lovecchio - Eastwick
Monday, March 27, 2017

Thank you I will enjoy the listening
Lise lovecchio - East wick
Monday, March 27, 2017

This Overdrive thing is a piece of crap. I kept entering my valid email address and it kept asking me for a valid email address, so I finally just gave up. What a pain.
MFallon - Wyndmoor
Friday, May 31, 2019

Overdrive just is so frustrating and useless. It requires you to sign in again and again. Searching for titles is incredibly slow. I have just given up on it and refuse to use it anymore.
Karen - Jaffrey
Tuesday, July 23, 2019