OverDrive Media Console v2.2 With a desire to see what ebooks my library had to offer, I installed this app onto my iPad (iPad model MC824LL (which is the iPad 1 model)), running iOS v4.3, via the App store. As far as I can tell OverDrive is only a DRM protection application. All the search and read functions appear to be in Safari. With the aid of a Library eTech, I was able to locate an available ePUB book, and download it. However, once the download was completed, the book never showed up in the OverDrive â€œlibraryâ€ section. At this point, I contacted OD Tech support. The OverDrive tech support, appears to be an automated email filter system, in which the term â€œiPadâ€ is filter out as â€œiPhoneâ€. Also, every response from the OD Tech support took a full 24 hours. Each response requested that I do things to my iPhone to attempt to successfully load any audiobook. Note: â€œaudiobookâ€ not â€œePUBâ€. Unfortunately, the majority of the iPhone fixes, do not relate to the iPad. After two weeks of steady work, with the OverDrive Tech support I was never able to find a single book in the OD Library screen. Extra points: My local library only has 312 ePUB books available. The DRM protection scheme only allows one instance per book at a time. You cannot return a ePUB book early. Each book is checked out for 21 days. I can only request 3 books at a time. Looking at this; 300 books, checked out for 21 days each, each with 1 or 2 people already in the que, Iâ€™ll be waiting one to two months for any given title. While OverDrive Media Console v2.2 looks really commercial quality, for ME, it did not work. I would rate this with a single star (for looks) at the app store. Note: I assume that I am an unusual case and that for 90% (or better) of iPad users, this application would work fine â€“ but not for me.