Mobile Library Services
Access library resources — even when you're not at the library! Several of the library's subscription database services provide mobile applications for portable devices. Locate the App from the device provider's website or store and follow the instructions for logging in to the Alexandria Library's services.
OverDrive works with leading technology companies to develop recommended software and apps for end users to enjoy eBooks, audiobooks, music and video. Compatible computers and devices include PC, Mac®, iPhone®, iPad®, Android™, BlackBerry® and Windows® Phone. Kindle® compatibility (US schools and libraries only) requires Kindle device or Kindle reading apps developed by Amazon.
An easy to use application to download and transfer audiobooks from OneClickdigital. Before using you have to first visit our OneClickdigital site to create an account.
Available only at the iTunes App Store.
Read full digital copies of your favorite magazines on a tablet or mobile device using the free Zinio Reader app. Learn more about connecting to Alexandria Library's digital magazine collection.
Learn languages everywhere you go with the free Mango Mobile Library Edition app for the iPhone® and iPod touch® (it also runs on the iPad®). Full featured, Mango Mobile Library Edition provides access to all the Mango language courses offered through Alexandria Library. Courses offered include, Arabic (Levantine), Chinese (Mandarin), *French, *German, *Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, *Spanish (Latin America). * denotes popular course
Available at the iTunes App Store
The AccessMyLibrary Public Edition mobile app from Gale. AccessMyLibrary uses GPS to find libraries within a 10-mile radius of your location, then gives you free, unlimited access to their reputable, authoritative Gale online resources — without the need to log in. Based on your current location, AccessMyLibrary locates libraries within a 10-mile radius. You can then select a library and access all its Gale electronic resources. Remember to bookmark your library to access it from anywhere on earth that you have access to the Internet.