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OneClickdigital Media Manager

By Recorded Books, LLC

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Description

Easy to use application to download and transfer Audiobooks from local libraries which use the OneClickdigital lending platform.

What's New in Version 1.5

**Please note, when logging into this version for the first time, you will need to select a Country, a state/province (if applicable), and your library, before entering your Username and Password.

- Added support for Yosemite.
- Updated profile creation wizard
- Performance improvements.

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Customer Reviews

Downloads are working again - but they killed a major feature

PRO: Downloading again after several weeks of downtime
CON: Oneclickdigital killed wma transfer on osx
CON: Oneclickdigital doesn’t currently tell you which titles are wma encoded

This app gets worse on every iteration. It downloads again but no longer will transfer/convert wma to iPhone/iPod like it used to. This app had one job and now it will not do it. Right now it will only transfer MP3 to an iDevice. iTunes does that relatively well on its own without any help from a third party app.

Yay! It works!!

I can actually use the app to access my account! Before it wouldn’t even sign in.

Upgrade not working

This app has been balky on my MacBook Pro, running Mavericks. Petty issues, like it would need to be closed out and reopened to refresh the chapters, and it wouldn’t remember where I was in the book. But it would play on my laptop, and I could transfer to my iPhone or my iPad where it would well. This new update installed itself, and after I accessed it by going to my Library’s homepage to get to OneClickDigital, and re-entering my information, I could get to browse the selections. I have borrowed a title, it downloads to my download folder. I double-click it, and the app opens up in it’s old format. No titles, no nothing. It does appear on my phone, but sometimes, I just want to play it on my laptop…. Not really impressed with this new version. I hope that my book will at least retain where I left off!

OneClickdigital Media Manager
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  • Free
  • Category: Entertainment
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.5
  • Size: 2.5 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later

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