Find it in your device's app store by searching for "TCCL," then download the app to explore features like keyword search, access to your Shelves, reading lists and more. Available in the App Store and Google Play!
Tulsa City-County Library’s free mobile app turns your smartphone into a library on the go. Convenience is key to connecting with a librarian, downloading your favorite books and music, and searching the library’s catalog of services.
The modern design features an intuitive and easy-to-read layout. Checkout and download digital items from within the app, get real-time information about catalog records, browse and filter newly added items, access My Shelves, browse reading lists, and access all of the library’s digital content providers.
Summer Reading Program App
Use the TCCL SRP app to sign up for our Summer Reading Program. You can find it by searching “TCCL SRP” in your device’s app store.
Littles, Children, Teens, and Adults can register for the program. You can sign up just yourself or the whole family all in one app. Titles you’ve read or listened to can be added to the reading log on each profile. Once you complete the program, you’ll unlock a completion prize you can pick up in person at any Tulsa City-County Library location. Browse our Summer Event Guide to find free programs and events for all ages throughout Tulsa County or browse our Catalog and find your next great read!
The Summer Reading Program app is available for use each year from June 1st and closes on July 31st.
Build A Reader App
Use the Build A Reader app to talk, sing, read, write and play every day to help your child develop early literacy skills.
- Parents and caregivers can create one account with multiple child profiles.
- The Reading Tracker feature lets you track books for each child to earn sticker and trophy awards in the app.
- Book recommendations for baby/toddler and preschool ages are updated regularly and link directly to our catalog or BookFlix.
- Short, bite-sized videos show TCCL staff demonstrating songs and finger plays with new content added regularly.
This app was made possible by a grant from the Hardesty Family Foundation.
To download the new app, search "Build A Reader" in the App Store or on Google Play.
Visit our digital collection for information on available mobile apps for Libby, CloudLibrary, Freegal, Hoopla and more.
Visit our online learning and homework help pages for services with mobile apps available for LinkedIn Learning, Mango Languages and Brainfuse/Homework HelpNow.