Apps at Your Library
E-Books / E-Audio
With the release of iOS 9, we have discovered a bug in the current version (2.2.8) of our iOS app. Patrons who upgrade to iOS 9 will be unable to access any categories under the Browse menu.
Meet Libby (OverDrive)
cloudLibrary is an e-book service that has thousands of e-book title collections available for download. It offers 3 different interfaces: PC application, web app, and mobile app. This service is compatible with Android, iPad, iPhone, iTouch, Kobos, PC and Nook.
In response to COVID-19 and library closures, Califa has partnered with Bibliolabs to launch enki California Digital Library, an ebook library available to every person in California. This collection uses geolocation to provide immediate access to anyone physically located in the state of California. The library includes over 5,300 simultaneous use ebooks from leading publishers as well as the Indie Author Project Select collection, which features over 400 award-winning indie-published ebooks, some of which are right here in California!
In response to COVID-19 and library closures, Califa is providing open access to enki library to any California library card holder. Your patrons can access enki ebooks at Patrons can read enki titles online or download and open in Adobe Digital Editions on desktop, laptop or Android / iOS tablet or phone.
Patrons may browse our ValleyCat catalog, put items on Hold, view their Requests list, Blocks & Notifications, CKO’s list and even Renew their items right from their very own phone! The app includes Merced, Merced branches, all SJVLS, plus many counties around the world. It has access to each individual library’s hours, addresses, phone numbers, and even search for libraries nearby.
Pronunciator is a fun and free way to learn any of 100 languages with personalized courses that include study guides and audio lessons, video phrases, movies, music, and more. Learn online, either on your desktop computer or mobile device!
Pronunciator published a self-directed online language course in 101 languages that teaches vocabulary (e.g. “quarantine,” “pandemic,” etc.) and phrases (e.g. “I’m having difficulty breathing,” “Is it an emergency?”, etc.) relevant to the Coronavirus crisis.The course is meant to assist both laymen and healthcare providers when communicating across multiple languages.
To access the Coronavirus course, you must first select “English (US)” as your interface language. Select the language you want to learn, and then select “Learning Guides and More” (screenshot below). Click on “Coronavirus Essential Phrases” to access the course.
You can access the library’s databases the same way you do everything else — electronically. EBSCOhost mobile app — now available for iPhone®, iPod Touch®, iPad® and Android®. The download is free!