Got an iPhone, Android or an iPad? Download these recommended Apps to unlock great services. All you need is your library card to get started. Go to the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to download these Apps for free.
Featuring Australian and international best-selling fiction for adults, young adults and children, titles can be enjoyed on the computer or on a supported portable device. Reserve or borrow up to 10 eAudiobooks and up to 10 eBooks every 3 weeks.
With Comics Plus, library readers have unlimited, simultaneous access to over 20,000 digital comics, graphic novels, and manga.
A SLNSW curated collection of eBooks and eAudio from independent publishers, self-published authors, local writers, and Local History Library materials. All you need is your library card number and password to borrow, download and start reading.
Choose from over 30,000 films and documentaries from Australia and around the world with this on-demand streaming video service. It features films from the Criterion Collection, Madman Entertainment and many more. When first using the app you will be asked to create a Kanopy account (by registering your email address and setting a password for log in).
Formerly known as Overdrive, Libby provides access to thousands of best-selling and classic eAudiobooks and eBooks. Once a title is downloaded it will be accessible for up to three weeks.
Mango is an online language-learning system that can help you learn languages like Spanish, English, French, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Mandarin Chinese, Greek, Italian, Russian and more. Please create your log in via the Mango Languages website here before signing into the app for the first time.
The Randwick City Library App allows you to renew or reserve items, search the catalogue, book a computer and store multiple cards on your phone.
StoryBox Library is a homegrown online resource showcasing Australian children's books, read by a diverse range of storytellers. The aim is to provide an authentic online literature experience to engage children in the traditional art of storytelling. New stories are added regularly, along with detailed classroom ideas linked to the Australian Curriculum. When first using the app you will be asked to create a Story Box Library account (by registering your Library ID (barcode/card number), email address and setting a password).
The Studiosity app allows you to save a question for later, snap a photo as part of your question, get notified when your files are ready to collect and much more. To use the App, log into Studiosity as you normally would and create a unique pin code to link your account. Open the app and enter your code. You’re all set!