Tulsa Library App updated to help searching, downloading


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TCCL offering program with more eBooks.
TCCL offering program with more eBooks.
Updated: 12/10/2013 11:07 am Published: 12/10/2013 11:06 am


Tulsa City-County Library’s mobile app is updated to make searching and downloading books easier.

Convenience is the key to connecting with a librarian, searching the library catalog, downloading the latest bestseller and sharing your insight with other readers. Now you can even register for a library card within the app.

“With the incredibly high use of smartphones today, Tulsa City-County Library recognizes we can reach customers and help them find information and entertainment beyond the walls of the libraries throughout Tulsa County,” said Charlotte Frazier, deputy director of support services. “Customers will enjoy the immediately available access to e-books and audiobooks. With ‘BookLook” they can quickly scan any book’s barcode to see if it is available for checkout from the library.”

New mobile app features include:
  • Apply for a library card from your device
  • “BookLook” lets you scan a book’s barcode to see if the library owns a copy
  • Menus available in Spanish
  • Access eBooks available for immediate checkout
  • Shortened menu text and combined social media options
Results for books, DVDs, audiobooks, CDs, periodicals and library events are available instantly. Users can easily access library accounts to renew books and request new materials. Use the app to learn a new language with “Mango Languages Mobile Library” or text a librarian your questions for quick answers with cited references.

For more information on the enhanced library app or other Tulsa City-County Library services, visit the library’s website at www.tulsalibrary.org/library-apps


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