Lincoln City Libraries has a number of apps available for use with your mobile device.
Search the Library catalog, place holds, and manage your account on your smartphone or tablet. My Account functions include a list of items currently checked out, current charges, the ability to renew items, and the ability to view pending and available holds. BookMyne is available for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) and Android devices. Download the User’s Guide here, or stop by any Lincoln City Libraries location to learn more, and for help finding and installing BookMyne.
Access our eBooks and downloadable audiobooks with the OverDrive App! Please search for the free OverDrive app where you normally get apps for your device, such as Google Play, Windows Phone Marketplace, or the App Store. (The BlackBerry version is no longer available. Blackberry users – please check here to see what option will work best you.) Here is additional information to help you get started, and here is special information on installing the app on NOOK devices.
If you run into problems, here’s a troubleshooting guide that may help.
OverDrive has a new mobile app called Libby designed to make borrowing and enjoying eBooks and audiobooks easier. Libby is available for Android 4.4 or higher and iOS 9 or higher, and is available from Google Play or the Apple App Store. More information about Libby is available here.
Hoopla provides streaming movies, TV shows, music, eBooks, audiobooks and comics to your browser or mobile device. Android and Apple apps are available from Google Play and the App Store. Register for an account here; if you already have an account, login here. Additional information is available here.
Transparent Language Online offers a comprehensive language learning solution. Quickly and easily learn a language, with a variety of courses and activities, in a flexible program. Over 100 different languages are available, with 1,500-2,000 words and phrases for every language. Also included are over two dozen ESL courses for those looking to learn English. Android and Apple apps are available from Google Play and the App Store. After you register for an account, log in using a computer and click “Start Learning.” Then click the “Go Mobile” button to get a separate randomly generated password for use in the Transparent mobile app; a QR code you can scan instead of using the password to activate the app is also provided. If you are registering a new device and get a message saying that the maximum number of devices has been reached, please contact email@example.com and ask about increasing the number of activations.
The TumbleBook Library is a collection of TumbleBooks (animated, talking picture books) with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles, Read-Alongs (chapter books with sentence highlighting and narration but no animation), Ebooks which may be viewed online, and Tumble Puzzles & Games. Apps for Android and Apple devices are available. Additional information on getting started with the TumbleBooks app is available here.
With our MobilePrint Service™, you can use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere. Simply submit documents for printing and come to the library to release and pick up your document using your library card.
Lincoln City Libraries uses the Beanstack website to help us create, manage and measure our community reading programs. With the mobile app, you can track your reading and completed activities to earn incentives at your library and stay motivated to read more. The app allows you to scan barcodes to quickly add titles to your Log, record reading sessions to keep track of what you’re reading, view totals and averages of your time spent reading and titles read, check off activities as you complete them, and manage each member of your family’s reading log and activities, and view their stats. Search for “Beanstack Tracker” in the App Store or Google Play.
Because the current version of the Beanstack Tracker app isn’t optimized for iPad, it doesn’t immediately show up when searching the App Store on an iPad. If you click on “Filters” in the upper left hand corner and change “Supports” from iPad only to iPhone Only, it should display and download correctly.