If you use the OverDrive App to download library content to your Apple, Android, Blackberry, or Windows (phone) device, you may be interested in downloading the latest update. The app now has the capacity to remember your user ID for 90 days, so you won’t need to keep typing it in. Just check the “Remember me on this device” box next time you check out an item and you’re set! If your library requires a PIN in addition to the user ID, this will need entered at each login.
With the proliferation of e-readers comes an increasing demand for e-books in libraries. Many libraries offer free downloadable e-books and audiobooks, but they may not be compatible with all readers. If you are a patron at the East Greenbush Community Library (or any Upper Hudson library), you can find our digital collection here. In addition to your public library, there are several sources of free, legal e-book downloads. Here are a few to get you started:
Also, check with the vendor of your device. For example, if you own a Nook, you can search the Barnes and Noble website for free e-books. Ditto with the iTunes store and any of the Apple family of devices. Happy e-reading!