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In order to download EBSCO eBooks, you must have Adobe Digital Editions installed on your computer. You will also need to use Adobe Digital Editions to transfer an eBook to a supported portable eReader device.
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To install Adobe Digital Editions:
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Follow prompts until installation is complete.
Note: If you have trouble, use these solutions from Adobe provided in this Tech Note:
EBSCO eBooks are compatible with for the following eBook Readers:
EBSCO eBooks are compatible with the following mobile apps:
EBSCO eBooks are compatible with all devices and apps supporting Adobe eBook DRM, a standard used by most popular eBook providers, including Google Play. A complete list of Adobe eBook DRM compatible devices and apps is available here.
For more detailed information on mobile apps, please consult the EBSCO online guide.
Note: Currently, we do not support mobile devices that use the Windows operating system.
This guide was created with EBSCO materials.