Mobile Apps at Your Library

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Find mobile apps for checking our catalog, borrowing ebooks, downloading music, learning languages, and more!

Library Apps

PCPL App
Search the library catalog, check your account, ask a question, find events and more. At the library? Use the BookCheck™ feature to checkout your items!
Android: Google Play Store | Kindle Fire | Windows 8 | iPad or iPhone: Search for "Pima County Public Library" in the App Store.
Mobile Library Catalog
If you prefer to use the browser on your device, check your account and search our catalog on the go with our mobile catalog.

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Audiobooks

One Click Digital
Check out audiobooks from the library, most available on demand, no waiting!
App Store | Android: Google Play Store | Kindle Fire
Overdrive
Check out eBooks and audiobooks from the library!
Apps for Android, iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, and Windows Phone

eBooks

Overdrive
Check out eBooks and audiobooks from the library!
Apps for Android, iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, and Windows Phone

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Languages

Mango Languages
Check out audiobooks from the library with this app, available for iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads.
iPad, iPhone | Android: Google Play Store

Magazines

Zinio
Read and browse popular magazines on your computer or device just the way they appear in print.
iPad, iPhone | Android: Google Play Store | Nook HD/HD+ | Windows 8 | Blackberry Playbook

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Music

Freegal
Download three free songs per week from the library with this app. Note that songs downloaded to your mobile device are not transferrable to other devices or your computer.
iPad, iPhone | Android: Google Play Store

Skills-Building & Test Preparation

BrainFuse
Connect with a live tutor to get homework help or just brush up on a skill or use the 24/7 Homework Center that lets you get expert help from Brainfuse tutors. Use the Writing Lab feature to submit papers from your HelpNow CloudPack and get expert analysis from a writing tutor. Android: Google Play Store

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