Westminster Libraries on the go

Did you know that the Westminster Libraries catalogue is now available for your mobile phone, with LibAnywhere?

LibraryAnywhere - find out moreSearch the catalogue, renew and reserve items, see what you have checked out, post a book review (more of which later…), find out when your library’s open, contact a librarian, and more – anywhere you are, right away.

Library Anywhere is a universal mobile web version of the library catalogue that works on any phone with a web browser, including a Blackberry. To view and use, visit bit.ly/libanywhere on your phone.

In addition, iPhone and Android phone users can download a free native app, which offers extra features, including the ability to scan the barcode of any book, anywhere and immediately check if it’s in stock in Westminster Libraries – and then reserve it!

Install options:

Android:

  • Visit the Android Marketplace on your phone and search for ‘LibAnywhere’
  • Download and install the free app
  • Load the app and search for ‘City of Westminster Libraries’ to make it your default search page
  • Start searching!

iPhone:

  • Visit the App store on your phone and search for ‘LibAnywhere’
  • Download and install the free app
  • Load the app and search for ‘City of Westminster Libraries’ to make it your default search page
  • Start searching!

Search, renew and reserve books on the Westminster Libraries catalogue, with LibAnywhere

Blackberry (and universal version):

Visit: http://bit.ly/libanywhere or scan this QR code with your phone to get to the mobile catalogue.

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