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Old 05-01-2010, 04:08 PM   #9
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There is currently no way to read library books with DRM from Overdrive on the iPad or iPhone short of removing the DRM, which is illegal in the US.
  1. Kobo reader does not support side-loading of books.
  2. Txtr does support side-loading books, but does not support remote authorization, which is required for books with time-limited DRM such as those borrowed from the library.
  3. iBooks will not read ePubs with DRM that are not purchased in the iBooks store.

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