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  • The New York Public Library has launched an app
  • The New York Public Library has launched an app
    Farhad Sadykov (2015) ©
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The New York Public Library has launched an app

The New York Public Library is the second largest library in the US, and fourth largest in the world, with over 50 million titles. But not all bookworms can make a trip to the Big Apple, so it's released an app called SimplyE to offer easier access to its burgeoning e-book collection.

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