OverDrive has announced that at the end of April 2023, they are shutting down the OverDrive app and requiring all users to use the Libby app. The OverDrive app has already been removed from the app stores (except Amazon’s), but for those who still have it installed on their devices, it will stop connecting to …
On Sunday, November 13th, the Ohio Digital Library passed the 7 million checkout mark for the year. You can view real-time checkouts and holds here. As of yesterday, Lane’s checkouts are at 213,403. We are on track to surpass our 2021 total of 222,154.
Trying to figure out if your Kindle will lose internet access? We’re guessing you heard about Amazon’s upcoming changes that will stop some older Kindles from accessing the internet entirely, once the change happens in the U.S. this December.
Fortunately not all Kindles will be affected in the same way. It all depends on which model you have, as Amazon’s move to walk away from older 2G and 3G networks (moving to 4G and 5G) is a bigger deal for Kindles that don’t have Wi-Fi access. The slightly newer Kindles will still have Wi-Fi, but lose cellular connections That said, the convenience of downloading a book on the go via cellular is a huge thing to lose.
Available today under Kanopy’s affordable pay-per-use pricing, patrons may access an entire series from these providers for just one credit and the standard 72-hour viewing period.