Zinio for libraries offers full digital copies of your favorite magazines to view on your computer or mobile device. We have subscriptions to over 200 popular and specialty magazines. Your DPL library card will give you unlimited access to this entire collection. Best of all, titles do not have to be returned and do not expire.
Quick start guide for first time users:
Please note you must create two accounts, a DPL Library Zinio account to browse the Library collection, and a Zinio.com Reader account to view the magazines on your computer or mobile device:
Do you have a smartphone or tablet? Use it to access DPL’s resources? If so, you’re not alone. In the last year and a half, visits to our site from mobile devices have more than quadrupled. In January 2011 around 3% of all visitors came from a mobile device. Last month it was over 15%, and it’s been a steady rise.
As we watch these patterns, we are continually looking to make the mobile experience as positive as possible for you, our customers. For example, on the mobile version of our site we’ve recently added the ability to immediately find the closest branch to you. So if you’re out and about and need to find a library close by, point your phone’s browser to denverlibrary.org and then click on "Locations."
Want to be notified of library holds and overdues on your mobile phone? Sign up for text notification in My Account.
You'll never forget to pick up a hold again with text notification. To change your settings go to My Account and select Contact Information and Preferences. Add your mobile phone number and carrier to your account and set your notification preference to TXT Messaging. If you are always on the go, it's easy to stay connected to the Denver Public Library.
No need for pencil and paper, text a call number to yourself or a friend by clicking on the cell phone icon next to the availability information for an item.
It's quick and easy to text a call number to your mobile phone. Simply find the library item in the online catalog, click on the availability button, and you will see a cell phone icon next to the call number. Click on the icon, type in your 10 digit phone number, select a carrier, and send! (charges from your carrier may apply)
New apps launched today - December 7, 2010. With the new free OverDrive Media Console app you can download both EPUB eBooks and MP3 audio eBooks directly to your iPhone or Android phone.
Update: if you've downloaded the previous version of Overdrive's app, and are having problems with the e-books appearing after you download them, you may need to delete the app and download it fresh. See commenter Mark's thread below.
Tired of squinting and zooming when you try to access DPL's site on your phone? Want an easy way to put books, movies, and DVDs on hold when you're not at a computer? We have something that might help. We're excited to unveil a mobile version of our site, now available at:
The mobile site is still in early testing phases, so for now you'll have to manually put that URL into your phone (and bookmark it or save it to your home screen!). Once the site has its legs under it a little, we'll start automatically pointing phones to the mobile site by default.
Music Online and all of the Library's streaming music collections now offer Send-to-Mobile functionality. What this means is that you can now send an audio track, album, or playlist from our streaming collections to your mobile device to listen to later. The item that you send stays on your device for 48 hours.
Go to Music Online or any of our streaming music databases and look for a cell phone icon ("Send-to-Mobile") next to each track, album, or playlist. Wherever you see that icon you can click it to obtain a “shortlink” to send and enable playback on your mobile device.