In the years since the ebrary mobile app was introduced, we have seen that patrons increasingly prefer to use one app that works across many products, and for the app to be optimized for their device.
Therefore, the ebrary mobile app has been retired, and is no longer available from the App Store or the Google Play store.
ProQuest recommends the independent, highly-rated “Bluefire Reader” app for offline reading of downloaded ebrary ebooks on mobile devices.
Bluefire is available for free from the App Store and the Google Play store. It can be used to read Adobe DRM-protected ebooks from a variety of sources – including EBL.
Bluefire offers a full set of active reading features including bookmarking, highlighting, note taking, dictionary lookup, contextual search, sharing, and more.
For detailed information about downloading ebrary books on mobile devices, and then using Bluefire to read them, please see this how-to.
Important note! Notes made in downloaded files are not retained after the download expires or is returned.
- Adobe Digital Editions and Bluefire treat each download of the same book as a brand-new download, completely separate from any previous downloads of that book.