NOTICE TO iPHONE USERS:
After September 30, 2021, the web certificate provider Let's Encrypt will no longer support certain older operating systems and browsers (learn more). Let's Encrypt certificates are used to create secure connections on many websites and apps, including those from OverDrive.
After this change, users on unsupported operating systems and browsers will see a security warning or a "your connection is not private" message when using Libby, the OverDrive app, or your library's OverDrive website.
Users who encounter this warning should update their operating system or browser version (if an update is available). Users on iOS 9 are most likely to be affected by this change. We estimate that iOS 9 users account for less than 1% of total OverDrive users. All iOS devices that were released after 2012 can update to iOS 10 or newer, which will work after this change. Here are steps to help iOS users update their operating system version
NOTICE: OverDrive app will soon be moving to Libby—the free, award-winning reading app.
the company will remove the legacy OverDrive app from the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Microsoft Store in February 2022. Try Libby. The free, one-tap reading app from your local library. Read more.
Get started in four easy steps:
1. Download the Libby app
2. Find your library
3. Enter your library card
4. Borrow a title & start reading.
Find help for Libby apps here:
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