They will be able to be read on Overdrive app Libby and an internet browser. This marks the initial steps into the magazine sector outside of the U.S. for the company, based in Cleveland.

The OverDrive Magazines collection features 50 popular simultaneous use titles, including OK magazine, HGTV Magazine, O, The Oprah Magazine, ESPN, The Atlantic, New York Magazine, Newsweek, Reader's Digest and other publications. The titles are available worldwide and OverDrive says more titles will be available this summer, according to Good e-Reader.

OverDrive started a magazine service with Barnes & Noble in 2015, but the titles were only able to be read on the Nook App for Android and iOS. The program was ended a year later.

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