OverDrive App for Nook

Overdrive Media Console App for Nook Tablet, Nook Color, Nook HD

Borrowing eBooks and audio eBooks from the library just got a whole lot easier for users of the NOOK HD, NOOK HD+, NOOK Tablet and NOOK Color. Last week, Barnes & Noble added the OverDrive Media Console app to the NOOK Apps storefront. This NOOK app enables users to wirelessly borrow eBooks and MP3 audiobooks from the library.

Visit the NOOK Apps storefront to install the free OverDrive Media Console (OMC) app. The app enables users to select the Denver Public Library, browse or search our eBook and MP3 audio eBook collection and, after entering a valid library card number, check out and download the title for a lending period of up to three weeks. At the end of the lending period, the title simply expires.

The version of Overdrive Media Console App available in the NOOK Apps storefront is OMC for Android v2.5, so any instructions found on library Help pages related to OMC for Android will apply to the NOOK app. While the app is free, users will need a valid NOOK account in order to download the app.

NOOK 1st Edition, NOOK Simple Touch and NOOK Simple Touch with GlowLight have always enabled users to read eBooks from the library, but the process requires transferring the files from a computer using Adobe Digital Editions and a USB cable. How to download/transfer from Adobe Digital Editions (PDF).

For help, see Overdrive Help from our eMedia catalog, or ask an eBook/audio eBook question.


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