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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Dec 2, 2014
-- Mobile applications are software programs developed by programmers, computer engineers and graphic designers together with companies or individuals that look to promote their products or services. If we take the Library of Virginia mobile app, this is an application developed by Boopsie for the Library of Virginia and dedicated to mobile device users who want to access this library’s content.
There are many reasons why smartphone and tablet computer users should download a library app like this. First of all, by doing this, they get instant access to this library's collection of books and place the books they want to read on hold or make renewals with a simple tap. This application works on any mobile device, regardless of its operating system.
Secondly, with this app, patrons can download eBooks at any time and read them anywhere. To be able to carry anywhere with them collections of hundreds of titles, patrons are recommended they use a mobile device that is capable of storing plenty of information. If their device has a limited storage capacity, eBooks can be stored somewhere online, or transferred to a supplementary storage device like an SD card.
But books can be difficult to understand at times. Thankfully, with the Library of Virginia mobile app, patrons can directly discuss books with a librarian. This conversation can take place even if hundreds of miles are between the patron and their librarian. Connections can be made via instant messages, e-mails or by phone. Besides asking a librarian about the content of a book, patrons can also ask questions regarding book titles, authors or publishers.
Another reason why mobile device users should consider this application, as well as the Norfork Library mobile app, or any other library app developed by Boopsie, is the possibility of accessing their favorite library’s news on social networking websites or dedicated blogs. Having an online presence, meaning a website, may not be enough to attract patrons. Today's libraries know that and they have created social media profiles to allow their patrons to stay up-to-date with their posts.
According to statistics, most Americans use a mobile device and not only to communicate with their friends or family, but also to learn more about topics that interest them, shop online, make gifts, play, work, and so on. Since many common activities now rely on the use of a mobile device, it is obvious why the development of mobile applications that allow people to connect easier with libraries is so advanced.
People who download the Norfork Library mobile app or other app developed by Boopsie get the chance to carry a large collection of books with them everywhere they go and to access libraries’ content at any time, not only when the libraries are open. Library apps are created to work on any mobile device, regardless of its manufacturer and the operating system that it runs.
Love to read? With the new apps from Boopsie, the Library of Virginia mobile app http://www.boopsie.com/library-page/library-of-virginia-352 and the Norfork Library mobile app http://www.boopsie.com/library-page/norfolk-public-library , you will love it even more. These applications are created with both patrons and libraries in mind and represent the next step in accessing libraries’ content by all those who love books and also own a mobile device.