Tauranga City libraries offers a range of e-services to help you get your eBook, eAudiobook, eMagazine and eNewspaper fix. If you need help using one of our apps or a community app, and we can’t help you over the phone, we’ll arrange a free lesson with one of our learning centre tutors.
We have the following free apps available for you.
Manage your library account on the go, search for items, place holds and renew what you have out.
This app is your ticket to unlock the world of eBooks. It’s quick and simple to set up. Within minutes you’ll be able to read your library eBooks anywhere, anytime on most device.
The Borrowbox app makes it easy to browse, borrow and read or listen to eBooks and eAudiobooks. Browse by genre or by specially curated lists, this app also conveniently saves your current position in the eBook or eAudiobook and provides offline reading and listening.
Read digital copies of popular titles for adults, teens and kids with no holds and no limits. Magazines can be read on Android and Apple devices.
PressReader delivers an endless stream of top news stories to read, discuss and share. Get full issues of thousands of top newspapers and magazines just as they appear in print.
BookLink is the Blind Foundation’s secure lending library app that allows people who are blind, have low vision, or who have a print disability to download audiobooks. In order to use BookLink, you must be registered with the Blind Foundation as a member or associate member.
Book Link - Choose your own audio titles with the Blind Foundation’s lending and reading app.
Blind Foundation - Register with the Blind Foundation to access services and a wide range of support.
Last Reviewed: 08/03/2017