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Hennepin County Library goes mobile

Hennepin County Library just unveiled a new mobile app for smartphones. The app is free of charge. hclib mobile is compatible with most smartphones, including Android, Blackberry, J2ME, Palm OS, Symbian S60, Windows Mobile, and iPhone.

With the Library's app, you can access many online services, including:

· do fast catalog searches with minimal keystrokes
· access library "My Account" functions such as renewing and reserving items
· find hours and library locations
· check the events and classes calendar
· see new title lists
· ask questions via phone, chat, or email
· connect to Hennepin County Library on social networks sites such as Facebook and Twitter

To download the mobile app, go to www.hclib.boopsie.com or follow the link from the Library's home page.
The mobile application is funded by the Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA). If you have any questions about the app or how to install it, go online to www.hclib.org.

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