What’s an App? App is short for application. Apps are tools that you can use on your computer or handheld device to search for information, read a book or learn something new, like a language–the same things people have done in physical libraries for generations.
All apps should work in your computer or device’s browser. Some may require an additional free download from the app store for optimal use on a particular device.
Click on any of the following application buttons to access the services they offer (or contact a reference librarian at 906/226-4312 or email@example.com to learn more):
|Peter White Public Library catalog is easily accessed with BookMyne. This app allows patrons to search the library catalog for books and other materials, place holds, renew materials, and find suggested reading with their mobile devices.|
|Mango Languages provides a learning platform for 71 languages and cultures. Create your own free account to track your progress or log-in as a guest to explore the possibilities.|
|MeL is the Michigan eLibrary, a 24/7 online library for Michigan residents.
|Novelist provides a database to help search for what you want to read next.|
|Overdrive: Check out ebooks, audiobooks, and stream videos directly to your smartphone or tablet. Our collection of Overdrive accessible titles is called Great Lakes Digital Libraries. Free iOS app in the iTunes App Store, free Android app in Google Play
Libby is the new app in town, introduced by Overdrive in the summer of 2017. Libby works like the old Overdrive app, but provides a more streamlined experience for the user who downloads library materials from the Great Lakes Digital Library. You can install Libby from Google Play or the Apple App Store.
|Zinio: The world’s largest newsstand of downloadable Magazines.|
For more library research tools, check out our Reference Department page.