OverDrive Media Console
|Stable release||v3.2 (Microsoft Windows), v1.1 (Mac OS), v2.6 (iOS, Android, v2.4 BlackBerry), v1.1 Microsoft Windows 8 / October 2012|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 8, Microsoft Windows RT, Mac OS X v10.4.9, iOS v4, Android v2.1, BlackBerry v4.5|
|Website||OverDrive Media Console|
OverDrive Media Console is a free application developed by OverDrive, Inc. for use with its digital distribution services for libraries, schools, and retailers. The application enables users to access eBooks and audiobooks borrowed from libraries and schools—or purchased from booksellers—on devices including iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod), Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone. The software is also available for Mac and Windows desktop and laptop computers.
In October 2012, Barnes & Noble added the OverDrive Media Console app to the NOOK App Store, enabling users of NOOK Tablet, NOOK Color, NOOK HD, and NOOK HD+ to download eBooks and audiobooks directly to the devices. The OverDrive app is also available for users of the Kindle Fire in the Amazon Apps Store. Also in October 2012, OverDrive released OverDrive Media Console for Windows 8, which supports devices running Microsoft's Windows 8 and Windows RT operating systems.
It is worth noting that Windows Media Audio (WMA) content is ONLY supported on the Windows version of the OverDrive Media Console. This dramatically reduces the number of titles available to library patrons who use portable devices or Mac computers.
See also 
- "E-Book Publishers Take To The Cloud At Book Expo 2012".
- "Library eBooks Now Available on the Nook Tablet, Nook Color".
- "OverDrive Releases Updated Media Console App for iOS, App For Kindle Fire Also Available".
- Kozlowski, Michael. "Overdrive Media Console Now Available for Windows 8". Good E Reader.
- "Best applications for using your BlackBerry PlayBook as an eReader!".
- "OverDrive Rejoins Top Free iOS eBook Apps List".
- "The Best Apps For Reading On The iPad".
- "OverDrive Help".
- "OverDrive Incompatible Devices".