Lubbock Public Library launches mobile e-book app

Lubbock Public Library launches mobile e-book app

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“Libby” is the new, innovative mobile app available to access OverDrive, the Lubbock Public Library’s e-book platform. Libby is designed to make borrowing and enjoying e-books and audiobooks from the public library easier than ever.

Libby provides intuitive navigation of the OverDrive e-book and audiobook lending system and a streamlined first time user experience. The borrowing and downloading process has been simplified, and a unified bookshelf automatically displays all of your loans and holds.

Library customers may use Libby in place of, or in addition to, the OverDrive app. Patrons may also use the OverDrive app exclusively, if they wish. Any e-books and audiobooks that you borrow through the OverDrive app or the library’s web site will show up in Libby.

Libby can be installed from the Apple App Store or Google Play as a free app. It is currently compatible with iOS 9 or higher and Andoid 4.4 or higher.

If you need more help with Libby please visit Libby Help at help.libbyapp.com call the library at (806) 775-2835. Happy reading!

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