Finding information is faster with Tulsa City-County Library’s mobile, instant access gateway. From library locations and hours to a world of electronic book downloads, we now provide the information anytime you need.
Convenience is the key to connecting with a librarian, searching the library catalog, downloading the latest bestseller and sharing your insight with other readers. Join the library’s mobile community to follow the latest trending book topics in your area.
Find it in the app store for your device or visit http://www.tulsalibrary.org/app
Tulsa City-County Library’s Tulsa Then & Now: Mapping the BFC app offers iPhone® users a fun way to explore Tulsa’s history. App developer Matt Galloway of Architactile and the library’s Research Center staff geo-located more than 300 images from the library’s Beryl Ford Collection to create the Tulsa Then & Now app. The images include streets, buildings and residences. Browse, search and view these historic images that document growth and change in Tulsa. The photographs have been mapped to allow for location-based browsing and to enable you to find images nearby your current location.
When you find a remarkable image from decades ago, share it via email, Twitter or Facebook. Snap your own photo of present-day Tulsa and send it side-by-side with the historic image, creating your own custom Beryl-O-Gram. You can even use your iPhone’s camera to overlay the historic photograph with your current view.
Find it in the iTunes App Store
Mango is an online language-learning system that can help you learn by listening to native speakers and engaging in the interactive lessons offered through this user-friendly language instruction tool.
Learn languages everywhere you go with free apps for iPhone®, iPod touch® and Android™. Mango Mobile Library Edition gives you access to all the Mango language courses offered through the library from the palm of your hand.
Find it in the app store for your device or visit http://www.mangolanguages.com/libraries/products-overview/mango-mobile/
Use your Tulsa City-County Library card to download up to three free songs a week.
Search "Freegal Music" in App Store or Google Play