Access Hoopla

NEW! : The Hoopla digital media service allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your TV! With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later.  There is a limit of five checkouts per month per user.

There is a Hoopla app for your mobile devices and also a Hoopla channel on Roku, Apple TV. Chromecast and Amazon's Fire TV.

Hoopla Help is available here: or by submitting feedback in the Hoopla website or app.  

Access Flipster eMagazines

NEW! : Flipster provides access to current issues of popular magazines to read

on your computer, tablet, or phone.

Using Flipster on a computer does require an internet connection. 

The Flipster app will allow both online and offline reading.  
Download the Flipster app for your 
iOS or Android device.

Click here to access the Flipster Help Center.
Libby App 
Announcing a new one tap reading app for eContent from the library - Libby! 

Browse in your device's app store for Libby and install the free app.  Then follow the onscreen prompts to add your library card account.  Then browse away and you'll be able to download the eContent just by clicking the Borrow button.  Once you tap the cover of the borrowed book then you will have the option to open the book or send it to a Kindle device.  

You can have both the traditional Overdrive app and the new Libby app installed on the same device.  The apps do not sync so progress in the book in one app will not be reflected in the other.  Overdrive has stated that they have no plans to phase out the 
traditional Overdrive app at this time.

Click here for detailed instructions. 

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