OneClickdigital Media Manager
By Recorded Books, LLC
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Easy to use application to download and transfer Audiobooks from local libraries which use the OneClickdigital lending platform.
What's New in Version 1.4.3
Bug fixes, performance improvements.
Force Closure Guaranteed
OneClick Digital is the company that my library uses to allow patrons to download audiobooks. Why? Because it is VERY cost effective (as in it is the cheapest media manager available to them). Because of that I expect a few glitches. What I do NOT expect is constant issues. Of the 40-50 times I have used this app, it has force closed itself EVERY single time because of some issue or another. On top of that, downloading a book and expecting it to be where it is supposed to go - as in an iPod - is never a guarantee. Sometimes the audiobook shows up, sometimes it doesn’t. Sometimes the audiobook downloads without a problem, sometimes it will never download and you just have to give up listening to that book. BUT, the most annoying thing, over 95% of the books I have listened to (which include new releases), ALWAYS have skipping and jumping around!!!! Which means, just when you seem to be getting into the book, it skips and you miss stuff. UGH! ONECLICK DIGITAL, PLEASE SPEND THE MONEY AND HAVE SOMEONE DO AN UPDATE…..PLEASE!!!!!
This application is horrible. (Review for OS X version)
This program is very buggy. It crashes often, and is impossible to transfer files to an iPod. When you click download/transfer it says it is transferring, but nothing happens to the files. They are never transferred to an Ipod even if you have clicked to manually manage music.
Therefore to get the files to your Ipod. Go to your desktop. Hold down the option key and click on Go in the top menu. Click on Library. Go to the search function and type Oneclick. Select library from the where to search tab. Open the folder OneClickDigital. Open the folder OCDFiles. Open one of the folders in there. You will see a list of MP3 files for your downloaded book. Open Itunes. Select all of the MP3 files that you found in the folder and drag them onto your iPod in Itunes. Now the files have been transferred, and you can play them as needed. They will be listed under Music in your Ipod.
Should be called "Million Clicks"
I loved the idea of this app for borrowing digital audiobooks from my local library. Unfortunately, nothing but trouble. Had to call customer support to reset password, because e-mail reset failed. No bookmarking. I listen to books in the car, and every time I have to find the place again. Once a book starts playing it's fine, but even though I have downloaded an ENTIRE book, at the end of each chapter I get "download next chapter." What the--? I know--you get what you pay for, but I've paid taxes for my public library, and I expect better.