RBdigital Media Manager

Developer: Recorded Books, LLC

Current Version: 2.0

Last Updated: 7 months ago

Download Size: 1.1 MB - Download


Easy to use application to download and transfer Audiobooks from local libraries which use the RBdigital lending platform.


Release Notes:

Bug fixes and Re-branding


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 0
Review by Heathertwo

It worked!!!! - After fretting for months and trying again it actually worked. Let me see if I can explain what I did for those of you who are having trouble (mac users to iPod nano listening device): 1- I log in to OneClick Digital through my library by entering name & password 2- I went to preferences & clicked "yes" on everything (4 yeses). 3- I downloaded the OneClickDigital app onto my laptop (located on the OneClick Digital website) 4- Chose a book & checked it out now. (took a few minutes) 5- It asked me if I wanted to transfer it & I said yes after connecting my nano 6- I disconnected my nano & checked it, the book was there & it played :-D Good luck!

Found helpful by 8 out of 11 people
Version 1.4.3
Review by J Frank Parnell

This application is horrible. (Review for OS X version) - This program is very buggy. It crashes often, and is impossible to transfer files to an iPod. When you click download/transfer it says it is transferring, but nothing happens to the files. They are never transferred to an Ipod even if you have clicked to manually manage music. Therefore to get the files to your Ipod. Go to your desktop. Hold down the option key and click on Go in the top menu. Click on Library. Go to the search function and type Oneclick. Select library from the where to search tab. Open the folder OneClickDigital. Open the folder OCDFiles. Open one of the folders in there. You will see a list of MP3 files for your downloaded book. Open Itunes. Select all of the MP3 files that you found in the folder and drag them onto your iPod in Itunes. Now the files have been transferred, and you can play them as needed. They will be listed under Music in your Ipod.

Found helpful by 19 out of 19 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.0
Review by directk

Don’t know what everyone is complaining about - I suspect that the people who wrote the reviews don’t understand how the app works. The password for this app is one that you create and it doesn’t have to be crazy long. I don’t know about the library card #, mine is about 16 digits and I had no problem. The book easily downloaded to the app and instantly started playing. Easy controls to start and stop. I’m in the U.S. so maybe that’s why it’s different for me and it’s FREE so I didn’t waste any money. Is it an amazing APP? no, but it’s free and I can listen to books so I’m happy

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
Version 2.0
Review by Tallulahville.

disappointed - I have uninstall this apt. reinstalled it per direction of the support team. It is still not working on my desk top. Ugh! However, it does work better on the iPad.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
Version 2.0
Review by mocliff

Horrible - Have spent hours and hours on my own and with "help" from RB Digital. I have NEVER worked with an app that was so plagued with problems as this one. Libraries should find a better one for their services.

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
Version 2.0
Review by Nic.Wise

Terrible User Experience - So disappointed that my local library are using this instead of the Zinio app. Nothing is done in-app, I get taken to a browser, then redirected, and none of the magazines I check out are appearing in the app, even after closing and re-opening/refreshing my list.

Found helpful by 3 out of 5 people
Version 2.0
Review by cdh2k10

does not work - Horrible app. Does not work.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people