Mobile: SirsiDynix Releases BookMyne 3.0 & Releases Android Version of App
From the SirsiDynix Web Site:
BookMyne 3.0 Offers:
- Barcode scanning capability, so library users can scan the barcode of a book at a bookstore or friend’s home and retrieve availability information on the book at the patron’s library of choice;
- Social recommendation engine powered via Goodreads, enabling iOS and Android users to search library holding for friend-recommended reads;
- New York Times best seller list cross-referencing, enabling users to immediately cross-check the best seller list with library holdings and place holds remotely;
- Enhanced account interaction, including the ability for library users to view fines and fees on their Apple or Android mobile device.
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Download BookMyne App (via Android Market)
Download BookMyne App (via iTunes App Store)
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