New App Puts the Library in the Palm of Your Hand

The PLS mobile app allows you to search library catalogs, place hold orders, download eBooks, and more---right from you phone or tablet.

New Peninsula Library System mobile device app.
New Peninsula Library System mobile device app.
When it comes to how we use our public libraries, we've come a long way since the Dewey Decimal System was first published in 1876. 

Fast forward 137 years, and the original Dewey concepts of relative location and relative index is now at your fingertips as are a variety of other library services thanks to a new Peninsula Library System mobile device application. 

The new app is provided in partnership between PLS Library and Boopsie.com. It will allow users access to a host of Peninsula Library System services including:
  • Downloading eBooks and eAudiobooks
  • Look for events
  • Locate a library
  • Find items
  • Scan ISBN barcodes
  • Check your account
  • Stay connected to the library's latest blogs, Twitter posts, Facebook posts and more

How do I get the PLS Mobile App?

  • Most Devices - Visit pls.boopsie.com on your mobile device.
  • iPhones - Visit the iTunes App Store. Search for PLS Library.
  • Android Phones - Visit the Android Market or Amazon App store. Search for PLS Library.
  • Windows Mobile - Visit pls.boopsie.com/webapp.
  • Kindle Fire:
    • Allow installation of apps on your Kindle Fire.
      • From your device, tap Settings, then More.
      • Tap Device and then Allow installation of Application.
      • Toggle switch to ON and tap OK.
    • Open your web browser.
    • Download the PLS Mobile App by going to pls.boopsie.com.
    • Tap the number in the upper left of the Kindle. downloadfile-1.apk will begin downloading.
    • Tap the file downloadfile-1.apk.
    • Tap on Install in the grey area.
    • Tap Done when Install is Complete.
    • From homepage carousel, tap PLS to launch the app.

The app is free from any source!

You can also try a simulation of the PLS Mobile App!


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