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For help with your eReader please select your device from the list below. If you do not see your device listed or you are not sure which device you have please see "Other Devices".
Apple devices include mobile devices such as the iPad and iPad Mini, the iPhone, and the iPod Touch. Also included are Apple's line of Mac computers (including the Macbook, Mac Mini, and iMac). All of these devices are compatible with the GSPL Anytime, Anywhere Collection.
Google devices include devices running Google's Android operating system. Some Android devices are produced by Google itself. Devices produced by Google include the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets as well as the Nexus line of smartphones. Devices running the Android operating system are also produced by a wide range of manufacturers including tablets and smartphones from Samsung, Acer, HTC, Lenovo, LG, Sony, etc. If you are not sure if your device is an Android device look for Google's logo or the Android logo (right) on the back of the device or on the device's packaging.
Kobo manufactures a wide-range of devices including both "traditional" eReaders and tablets. Instructions for accessing the GSPL Anytime, Anywhere collection vary depending on the specific Kobo device that you have. Please note that some devices manufactured by Kobo are actually classified as Android devices and you may therefore be presented with instructions for Android devices.
Sony currently produces two "traditional" eReaders: the "Wifi" model is capable of downloading eBooks directly to the device while the non-Wifi model must be connected to and synced with a computer. It is important that you identify which of these devices you have and follow the corresponding device guide below. If you have a Sony smartphone or tablet (such as the Xperia, etc.) follow the instructions for Android devices.
BlackBerry devices include both tablets and smartphones produced by BlackBerry (RIM). Specific devices include the Torch and Z10 smartphones and the Playbook tablet.
Windows devices include most laptop and desktop computers as well as a recent line of smartphones and tablets.
The devices listed above represent the most common eReaders available. It can sometimes be difficult to identify the type of device you have.
Some steps that may help you identify your device include:
If you are still unable to identify your device please visit OverDrive's list of compatible devices. If your device is not listed it is possible that your device in incompatible with our Anytime, Anywhere collection (though you may stil be able to download eBooks from other sources).
For more information, please contact:
Emerging Technology Librarian
705-673-1155, extension 4775