Apps for library services

Get convenient library service and materials on your mobile device.

Ask A Librarian – easily connect to our reference services, including chat, texting, phone, email, and frequently asked questions.

Beanstack Tracker – (Apple App or Android) log the time you spend reading, and help us read around the world.

BookMyne (Apple App or Android) – easily find your nearest library location, search the library's catalog, place holds, and renew currently checked out items. Note: BookMyne is incompatible with iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. The software company is working on it but has provided no timeline for an update to the Apple app.

Flipster (Apple App, Android, Fire) – download current and back issues of magazines for offline reading.

Hoopla (Apple App, Android, Fire, and others) – stream and download thousands of movies, television shows, music albums, and graphic novels.

Kanopy (scroll to the bottom for app links) – stream documentaries, indie and foreign films, must-see classics and blockbuster movies.

Libby – get audiobooks and ebooks from the library's OverDrive partner site. – first, you should register for an account with your library card number and sign in with a web browser, and then activate that account on your Apple TV or other apps on other devices. Do not use the LinkedIn Learning app.

OverDrive (Apple AppAndroidothers) – get audiobooks, ebooks and streaming video from the library's OverDrive partner site

Transparent Languages Online (Android, iOS) – after setting up your account with Transparent Languages Online, install the app from a link in the website (it will provide you with a mobile app password) to continue your learning on the go even without an Internet connection. Internet access is only required for installation, activation, downloads, and Twitter searches. 

Tumblebooks (Apple AppAndroid) – install the app then sign in the first time with your library card number.

Browser extension – This is not an app, but Library Extension is a browser extension available for Chrome, Firefox and Edge. As you browse websites for books and e-books, the Library Extension can check both the library's online catalog and OverDrive, and displays the availability of that item on the same page.

Ask a librarian for help.

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