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E-books can now be read on Kindle Fire e-readers.
A version of the Overdrive Media Console app for Android has just been released, which is compatible with the Kindle Fire device. This means that e-books borrowed from the Norfolk Digital Library can now be read on the latest model of the Kindle Fire.
This app can be downloaded from the Overdrive website. You will also need to authorise the Kindle Fire with an Adobe ID. Unfortunately, earlier Kindle devices are still not compatible.
Did you know that you can volunteer with Norfolk Library and Information Service? For details of our current opportunities please visit our volunteer recruitment page.
The Norfolk Digital Library website is getting a new look from Thursday 28 March.
As well as the new appearance, there will also be some improvements to the service, including a single step borrowing process, improvements to the searching and navigation, and also Overdrive Read, which will allow you to read ebooks on screen on your PC without having to download them.
which gives instant access to Census Reports, Births, Marriages & Deaths database, Military Records, Passenger Lists and much more, covering the UK, United States and other countries.
It’s free to access in any Norfolk library, with your library card.
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