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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

Just doesnt work

My public library doesn’t work with Overdrive, so I am forced to use this app, except this app just does not work. I was finally able to get an audio book downloaded, but I am unable to get an E-book to do the same. I am using a 2012 Macbook Pro, completely updated, and downloaded the application from Apple app store. Everytime I try to get the e-book, I am directed to a web page that says the app is outdated. I go to the app store, no, I am updated. A real disappointment. What would be nice is if the app just launched the books, from any browser, so one could access their library seamlessly from most any user end point. I cannot bring in cell phones or tablets to my office, but I can access the internet, but I cannot download software to use this service at work. I want to be able to log in from home, work, on my tablet and my cell phone and continue to enjoy a book. I hope they fix anything with this app, as anything would be an improvement.

Does anyone at OneClickDigital actually try to follow their own instructions?

You can tell the difference between a competent software company versus a less-than-competent software company. The less-than-competent companies will send you “canned” instructions on how to fix a problem that has nothing to do with the issues you’re facing. Worse, they’ll send you instructions for an operating system that isn’t even close to what you’re using, or to an older version of what you’re using.

OneClickDigital makes downloading a simple language program all but impossible. Their instuctions are counter-intuitive, don’t make sense, and are outdated. Worse, when talking to a customer support rep, they assume you’re a technological caveman and are too stupid to follow their “instructions.”

If there was any way to use another program, I’d use it. Unfortunately, this is the company my Public Library uses for downloading language..

Playback Speed Adjustment Please!!

I am by nature a quick reader, so when I listen to audiobooks I like them to be read fast. I am frustrated that you cannot adjust playback speed in this app. Because I am so accustomed to listening to books at an accelerated speed, it is like torture trying to listen to the books at the regular speed. In many cases, I get bored and my mind starts to wander. I am considering just deleting this app and finding the books I want to read through other sources such as Audible where speed adjustment is possible. However, if the company were to add this speed adjustment feature, it is likely I would use the app almost every day as it has great other features.

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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