iPhone users can quench their thirst for knowledge with the Apple device anytime, anywhere. The exciting news comes as Gale introduces its new AccessMyLibrary (AML) mobile application for the dainty device.
The application enables users to lay their hands on an array of information, making access to their local library quite convenient. AccessMyLibrary is a library advocacy program. It is a major portal from Internet to libraries. Enhancing web searches, this service helps find quality information.
“With the AccessMyLibrary iPhone application, your library comes to you,” said John Barnes, Gale’s executive vice president of strategic marketing and business development. “The AML app finds your global position and locates libraries within a ten-mile radius, giving you instant access to electronic resources at any time.”
This valuable search tool in the form of the AccessMyLibrary brings electronic collection of resources and also locates local libraries that offer much more than users require. During searches, users can access several magazines, journals and newspapers that carry a vast data. It could be anything users desire- Health, Environment, Career, and more.
The Gale iPhone application is available for free as the content supplied is paid for by the library that users access. The app can be downloaded through iTunes store.