BorrowBox eBooks and eAudiobooks
eBook and eAudiobook service
You can borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks for free with your library card. This service is now available through a website / app called BorrowBox.
The BorrowBox app is available to download from the Apple app store for iOS users and the Google Play store for Android users.
Kindle Fire users can also download the app, while PC users can access BorrowBox through its website - which also has a help page including frequently asked questions.
Once the BorrowBox app is downloaded, you simply choose Brighton & Hove City Libraries, enter your library card number, PIN and your email address.
BorrowBox offers a wide collection of eAudiobooks, with an app that is accessible, intuitive and simple to operate and enjoy.
How many items can I borrow?
10 per borrower (up to five can be eAudiobooks and five can be eBooks). Any reservations you make are counted in the loan limits as these titles are automatically transferred into your loans when they become available to borrow.
Is there a cost to me?
No, you can listen to eAudiobooks and read eBooks for free. There are no reservation charges and no overdue charges as your loans are automatically returned upon expiry if you haven't already returned them. You will of course, have the option to renew.
How can I borrow items?
To borrow items on your mobile or tablet, you will need to download the BorrowBox app from the app store. This is the Apple App store for iOS users and the Google Play store for Android users.
If you have a Kindle Fire device, please follow this link through to instructions on how to download the app
If you wish to borrow via a PC, you can do so via the BorrowBox Website.
Full instructions on how to download eAudiobooks and eBooks are available on the website. Note: you will need to have Adobe Digital Editions installed on your PC for eBook downloads. Adobe Digital Editions is free to install.
You'll then need to select Brighton & Hove City Libraries, enter your library card number and PIN. You'll also need an email address when you first register.