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LA Public Library now has mobile app for search and circulation

September 23rd, 2010

LA Public Library iPhone appI get the majority of the books I read from the LA Public Library and today they made it even easier to find and manage their holdings – LAPL to Go. Mobile apps are available for iPHone, Android, Palm and more. The screen shot here is from the iPhone app. You can download this app from the Apple App store for free or visit the link below for other mobile devices.

Get “LAPL To Go“, a mobile application that allows you to search the Catalog and Photo Collection, place holds and renew items, find libraries, and receive RSS feeds of recommended books! Available for iPhone here.
Android, Palm, Blackberry and MS Mobile users should point their mobile devices to

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