Effective April 10, 2014, the OverDrive Media Console (OMC) mobile app for BlackBerry will no longer be available to download on BlackBerry, BlackBerry 10, and Playbook devices.
BlackBerry users with the app installed prior to April 10 will be able to continue downloading eBooks and audiobooks via OMC. However, no further development or testing will be dedicated to it.
NPL makes downloadable eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMusic and eVideos available to its patrons through OverDrive Catalog. All you need is a valid Naperville Public Library card.
Welcome to OverDrive (Getting Started Videos)
Step by Step Instructions
Downloading to Android
Downloading to iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch
Downloading to Kindle Fire or Kindle Fire HD
Downloading to Kindle Readers (black & white) This includes instructions for downloading to a Kindle via USB cable.
Downloading to Nook Color or Nook Tablet
Downloading to Nook HD or Nook HD+
Downloading to Nook Readers (black & white)
All users must have a valid Naperville Public Library card. Kindle users: Please have your Amazon account and password ready. Tablet (non-Kindle) or smart phone users: You must be able to download apps to your device.
Register for a classroom style workshops on Downloading eBooks or Downloading eAudiobooks and eMusic. These workshops are held at the 95th Street Computer Classroom.
Call and make an appointment at your favorite location for one-on-one instruction at your convenience. We are here to help you enter the world of eReading!
Publisher Restrictions, or Why Don't You Have the eBook I Want?
Wondering why we don't have certain popular authors or titles? Getting eBooks to library users is getting more difficult. Many publishers will not sell their eBooks to libraries. Random House recently tripled its eBook prices for libraries, Penguin requires Kindle users to transfer eBooks via USB, and Penguin has stopped selling new eBooks to libraries. For more information and what you can do to change this, see eBooks for Libraries and The Big 6 from the Kansas State Library.