MCPL On The Go

Apps

MCPL is pleased to connect customers MCPL services and resources on their mobile device using a variety of apps!

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Access My Library from Gale

Read articles from magazines, journals, and reference e-books.
iOS | Android

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Beanstack Tracker

Track your reading and activities associated with your Beanstack programs, including One Thousand Books Before Kindergarten and Summer Read and Learn.
iOS | Android

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Flipster

Read current and back issues of your favorite magazines. Open the desired magazine through the E-Magazines page and then look for "Open in the App" in the magazine menu.
iOS | Android | Android for Kindle

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Hoopla

With hoopla, borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone. With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later.
iOS | Android

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Libby

The Libby app is a new option for e-books and audiobooks from OverDrive. You can choose between this app and the traditional OverDrive app. Note: The default setting for Libby is to download all checked out materials. This can be adjusted in Download Settings. Libby is a new app from OverDrive and does not currently support all accessibility features or languages other than English.
iOS | Android | Windows 10+

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Mango

Learn a language on the go. Set up a user profile on MCPL's Mango before installing.
iOS | Android | Android for Kindle

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Muzzy Languages

The Muzzy BBC app is used to access Muzzy, our language learning database for children.
iOS | Android

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OverDrive

Read and download e-books and audiobooks. OverDrive has introduced a new app, Libby, which is an alternative platform for accessing their e-book and audiobook content. You can choose between this app and the new Libby app.
iOS | Android | Android for Kindle | Windows 8 & 10

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RBdigital

Download audiobooks, read digital e-magazines, and watch self-paced video lessons for instruments, voice and physical art. Set up a user account before using the app.
iOS | Android | Android for Kindle

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Rosetta Stone

Mobile users need to:
  1. Enter Rosetta Stone through the language learning webpage. iOS users must use Safari web browser.
  2. Set up or sign into your account.
  3. Click on Launch Rosetta Stone Language Lessons Version 3.
  4. If you have not downloaded the Rosetta Stone app on your device you will be prompted to download it. If you have already downloaded it, you will be asked if you want to open in the app.
  5. When the app starts, it will launch the lessons for the language you selected.

Need help setting up the app? This is the help page explaining the entire process and this is our portal URL: https://s9108768.rosettastoneenterprise.com/en-US. You may also need our namespace, which is: s9108768.

iOS | Android | Android for Kindle


 

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Podcast

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Toolbars & Extensions

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Library Extension

As you browse books and e-books, the Library Extension can check your library's online catalog and display the availability of that item on the same page.
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