We have a variety of content that you can connect to with your phone, tablet, or mobile device.
Participate in Library reading challenges like #ReadICT and 1000 Books Before Kindergarten by tracking reading, activites, and other options in the Beanstack app, or use the app as a personal reading log.
Connect your mobile device to a big screen during your meeting or small group gathering at the Advanced Learning Library using the VIA wireless presentation app. You can connect to monitors in the collaboration rooms, as well as in the Conference Center, the Keeney Stevens Board Room, the Dr. John M. Hyde Conference Room, and the Rolland Eakins TEC-Novation Room.
Send print jobs to any Wichita Public Library location from your mobile device using the PrinterOn app. Once at the location, pay for and pick up the print job at any Library public print station.
An e-book and e-audiobook service containing mostly fiction from larger publishers and larger-name authors, provided by the State Library of Kansas. You need a Kansas Library eCard to log in to the app.
Research anytime, anywhere with the EBSCO Mobile app. Read or listen to the same high-quality content from our EBSCOhost research databases while using this efficient, mobile-friendly interface.
Free with your Wichita Public Library card, you have access to Kanopy's streaming library of more than 30,000 films. Watch on your TV, computer, or mobile device.
Take your Wichita Public Library e-books and e-audiobooks on the go with the free Libby app available for Android and Apple devices. You can also check out e-magazines! A Wichita Public Library card with password is required to use the app.
Interested in reading e-books of comics, graphic novels, or manga? The State Library of Kansas has a subscription to Comics Plus! You must have a Kansas Library eCard to get started. Next, create a Comics Plus account. Use the Library Pass app to read on your phone or tablet.
Looking to learn a language? Mango prepares learners for realistic conversations and communication in more than 70 world languages.
Walk around Wichita while learning about our city's rich past. Explore the sights (and sites) with three app-based tours: Wild West Delano, Historic Downtown, and East Douglas Heritage.