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Lebanon County Libraries has launched a new app which makes library services available on patrons’ mobile devices.

The app is available for users of all county libraries – Annville, Lebanon, Matthews, Myerstown, Palmyra, and Richland – with an Android or iOS device.

Features of the app include:

  • Scanning ISBN barcodes and quickly looking up to see if the library has a copy
  • Accessing account information, including loans, holds, and more
  • Storing your library card digitally so you don’t need to carry the physical card
  • Browsing the eLibrary selection available through Libby

“We’re very excited to provide this new tool for our community, making it even easier to access all of the resources at your public libraries,” said Michelle Hawk, Administrator for Lebanon County Libraries and Executive Director of the Lebanon Community Library, in a press release.

The app is available now in Google Play and the App Store.

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