Start downloading eAudiobooks today - All you need is your library card
We use a service called OneClickdigital which lets you borrow unabridged eAudiobooks. You can download directly onto your devices giving you 24/7 access, anywhere in the world, to the latest bestsellers and award winners.
Access Glasgow Libraries Online Catalogue to start downloading today!
As a new user you will need to create an account, enter your Glasgow Library card number and complete the required fields. You will then have a user name and password which you use to login in future.
Download the OneClickDigital
There is plenty of help available within the site - just click on the 'Help' tab at the top. Use the FAQ's first to see if your problem is covered. (You should not click on Contact Us as these details are for the US-based provider.)
If you have technical questions, please contact the UK-based support by clicking on the 'Support' tab at the top - you will see an online form to complete.
For all library members who make use of our downloadable audiobook service, One Click Digital has introduced free Apps which allow members to use the Media Manager with Apple and Android devices:
Apple Mac PCs
iPhone, iPad and iPods App
• over 1,000 bestselling audiobooks to choose from
• available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
• customers can download 10 titles at a time, keep them for 21 days and
then renew each title a maximum of 3 times for a further 21 days
• compatible with iPods, MP3 players, smartphones, tablets and PCs
• dedicated Apple and Android apps
• simple 'OneClick' download process
• only need a device with broadband internet access and your library membership details
To register for the service you must have a Glasgow Libraries membership. If you're not a member it's easy to join, simply visit one of our 33 libraries
Or you can complete a membership form online
although your account will need to be verified at a library before you can access OneClickDigital audiobooks.
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