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The Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) is going digital.

The BPL has announced the launch of its brand new app, SimplyE, which allows readers to borrow eBooks from anywhere from their own homes to their jobs to their morning commutes.

The app – available for free from the iTunes App Store or on Google Play – allows users to browse and borrow from BPL’s collection of more than 200,000 free eBooks. Once borrowed, users can read those eBooks anywhere on their Apple or Android devices.

For more info, visit www.bklynlibrary.org/ebooks.

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