What's New

Fixed issue where restoring purchases while on the purchase screen could cause a crash.

App Description

BiblioBoard® is your mobile library featuring digital collections of books, images, articles, audio and video curated by subject matter experts and leading archives and libraries from all over the world. All this is available as a free native app on all tablet devices.

BiblioBoard has millions of pages of curated primary source content and streaming audio and video. Collections on BiblioBoard can range from a comprehensive history of Abraham Lincoln to a beautiful selection of the masterpieces from the National Library of Spain.

Explore other topics that may be a bit more unconventional, like a dynamic collection of ‘90s Punk Rock, a comprehensive history of chocolate or a highly-curated collection all about early castles from the British Library.

BiblioBoard Features:

Free Content: Preview each Anthology by visiting its Free Content section and accessing the first 12 pages of every book. Also explore free Anthologies from the British Library and other institutions.

Offline Bookshelf: Download your favorite books for easy reading anytime.

New Collections: Discover something new every time you open BiblioBoard; we’re adding new collections regularly.

Value: It could take weeks and hundreds of dollars to track down and purchase the canonical works of William Makepeace Thackeray, along with contemporary criticism and biographies. With BiblioBoard, find all of these books in one place, for one low price.

Discover hundreds of collections on BiblioBoard today.

Want more Biblioboard?

Visit your local library to find out more about BiblioBoard Library—the PatronsFirst™ mobile library featuring the collections you love, plus contemporary content—including fiction, graphic novels, comics, children’s books, university press volumes and more—from a range of publishers.

iPad Screenshots

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App Changes

  • June 19, 2014 Initial release