Originally Posted by =X=
Sure it did, you just needed the Kindle's PID*.
*Not sure if folks knew/know this but Overdrive used the MobiPocket DRM. The Kindle DRM was exactly the same DRM, but the Kindle hid the PID making it difficult for folks to read library books on their kindle. Eventually Overdrive quit supporting MobiPocket DRM.
I know the history. And it is still true that library books were never supported. Now, you could obtain scripts that Amazon did not want you to know about, in order to modify the files (and technically not remove the DRM) in order for the Kindle to read them. But that hardly qualifies as "supporting."
It will be good to have all the major readers support library books. This can only help the ebook market.