Reaching more
readers with Libby

Libby is the newer reading app by OverDrive, allowing users to borrow ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more from your library.

Learn more about Libby and download resources to help promote the app to your library community.

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Reasons to love Libby

Borrow ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more from your local library for free! Libby is the newer library reading app by OverDrive, loved by millions of readers worldwide!
Libby makes it simple to listen when, where, and how you want. Swipe on the book cover to skip backward or forward. Increase playback speed up to 3x. Set a sleep timer until the end of the chapter or for 5, 10, 30 minutes, or more.
There are thousands of ebooks and audiobooks, hand-selected by your library, available for reading. Explore the collection through catalog guides, subjects, featured titles, and curated lists. It’s a delight to discover new books through Libby.
Engage your community with databases & streaming media services that entertain, educate, and provide unique digital experiences.
OverDrive is excited to offer OverDrive Magazines, over 4,000 popular titles supplied in partnership with ZINIO and available to read in Libby! OverDrive Magazines have no circulation cap and allow unlimited simultaneous use, so patrons can enjoy every issue of every magazine.
  • Easy onboarding for new users
  • A unified bookshelf for all loans and holds
  • Support for multiple library cards
  • Direct user support from OverDrive
  • Best-in-class ebook reader and audiobook player
  • Wish list syncing
  • Push notifications

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