Access Palm Beach County Library from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Manage your account, search the catalog, renew checkouts and place holds.

Scan the ISBN barcode on the back of any book to see if the library has a copy.

What’s New

Version 2020.2

Various minor fixes and enhancements, including:

Sorting of search results
Brightness increases to max when you are viewing your barcode (to make it easier to scan with kiosks)
Easy copying of your barcode (tap on the barcode to copy the number to your clipboard)
Better barcode support (including Codabar)

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Mariana Alegria ,

Some things need to be improved

First of all, I love this app; I think it’s great that you can know when your checkouts are due and that you can place a hold by just opening an app (and not having to search on the web and try to find the right webpage to do so). However, I believe there are things that need to be improved. For example: sometimes when I open the app to check my checkouts and my holds, the app gets stuck, and it simply doesn’t show you the accurate information. If you could make an improvement there, it would be really awesome!

Jessi5738 ,

Love the convenience

I am an avid reader, and enjoy the convenience of this app. When certain books are not available on the shelves, I always have access to an ebook version of it. It’s nice that there is a virtual copy of your library card barcode as well, but it does not seem to be usable at the self-check out station. I like that I can search on the app versus accessing the website.

DarkAlleyE ,

Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad App

This is the best you can do? I used Overdrive for years and loved it. This app is awful! A search returns results for books in formats I’m not looking for: hardcover, audio. What? It’s an app for e-books! Why show me hard copy books!
Ok, so there’s a filter option. Yay! Oh wait. It has to be reset before every single search.
FAQ? Clicking on them reveals...well. Nothing.
Also, children’s books? Young adult? There doesn’t appear to be a way to filter out all the things I don’t want to see.
Is anyone actually using this?

App Privacy

The developer, Palm Beach County Library, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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