Overdrive e-books and e-audiobooks can now be used on a Kindle Fire (earlier Kindle models are not compatible). Simply download the Overdrive app.
Library staff members are not able to suggest a specific reader or tablet as it depends on personal preference and how you want to use the device.
Most devices are compatible with Bolinda items. However, Overdrive has more specific requirements. To access a list of compatible devices, please visit the Overdrive help link
Overdrive e-books and e-audiobooks can now be used on a Kindle Fire (earlier Kindle models are not compatible). Simply download the Overdrive app
Titles can be borrowed using a library PC but must be downloaded/synced to a device. The Overdrive Download Station located at Mill Park library allows patrons to download directly to that library PC.
There are some titles in the Overdrive collection called Overdrive Read which can be read on a PC (including a library PC). Remember to adhere to PC booking times, if you wish to read a title in the library.
Many publishers also impose geographical rights restrictions on their published titles. Unfortunately, a publisher may allow an e-book to be sold to a library in the United States but impose a restriction on the sale of that title to Australian libraries.
Licensing terms of e-books to libraries vary among publishers. Many of the larger publishers impose strict limitations on the types of material libraries can purchase through their e-book vendors.
The big 6 publishers became the big 5 on July 1 when Penguin merged with Random House. The publishers are: Hachette, HarperC