Click the above link to access eBooks and audiobooks. Using a service called Overdrive, we partner with area libraries to increase the number of titles that we can offer our patrons. And just like our print books, we buy extra copies of titles that have reserves, so place holds on items you want to read!
Having problems with the Overdrive website? Use the above link to get information about supported devices, how to get started, and other troubleshooting areas. You can always stop in the library to get some assistance as well.
Flipster eMagazines are available on all platforms: Mac, PC, iPads, iPhones, Android mobile devices and more! This next-generation digital magazine solution from EBSCO makes it easy for Bexley cardholders to read popular magazines anytime, anywhere. To get the free Flipster app, search for "Flipster" in either Google Play or Apple's App Store. For more information about Flipster, click here.
Hoopla is a free audio and video streaming service available to all Bexley Public Library cardholders. Through hoopla, patrons now have access to thousands of titles in video, music, and audiobook formats for streaming or temporary download. Content can be enjoyed on smartphones, tablets or computers! For more information about Hoopla, click here.
Hailed as a "glorious streaming service…an essential must-have" by The Hollywood Reporter , Acorn TV streams world-class mysteries, dramas, and comedies from Britain and beyond, including a full slate of original and exclusive programming.
IndieFlix brings engaging stories to movie lovers around the world. Enjoy over 7,000 high-quality shorts, features, documentaries, classic TV shows and Web series from 85 countries. You can watch on any Internet-enabled computer, smartphone, or tablet with a Web browser! Also available on Roku, Xbox, and Apple TV.
Qello Concerts is the only place to watch over 1700 of the most amazing live moments in music. It's the world's largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries streamed on-demand to just about any digital device. It's like a never-ending concert ticket.