Downloadable Content


Did you know the library has a huge collection of downloadable content? We are talking books, movies, music and more. Some of them are even yours to keep! Curious? Read on!

eBooks and eAudiobooks

 

If you like to read books on your Kindle, iPad or other device, you should definitely check out OverDrive, opens a new window (or their newer app Libby, opens a new window) and hoopla, opens a new window. You are almost guaranteed to find something you want to read in the hundreds of thousands of books available between the three. Both have apps for your Apple, Android, Kindle and Windows devices. Overdrive and hoopla offer audiobooks as well.

Magazines

If you love reading magazines, you'll love Flipster and RBdigital Magazines. Between the two you'll find all the best magazines like 5280, US Weekly, ESPNTime, People and so much more. Both allow you to read in your browser or download their app, and the best part: the magazines are yours to keep!

Movies and TV

For movies and video, we have Kanopy and hoopla. From Hollywood blockbusters to independent documentaries, you can watch movies on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Kanopy is available on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku and Chromecast.

Music

If you like free music, you'll love streaming music on hoopla, which has not just the hits, but hard-to-find music as well.

Comics

With Abdo Digital, kids will find their favorite Marvel comics like Spiderman, The Hulk and Captain America.

Our digital content resources each have different borrowing policies, so you'll want to learn about borrowing to find out how many items you can check out and for how long.

Now that you've learned about all of the different ways you can borrow digital content, go share this with a friend! What are you reading/watching/listening to today?

Updated 1/13/20

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