Sites and Applications
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Litsy is sort of like Instagram for booklovers.
You can share your books, reviews, ratings, and more to your Facebook timeline. Read more about it in our blog post.
Like LibraryThing on Facebook
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Tweet your books
Share your books, reviews, ratings, or other LibraryThing activities on Twitter from your News Feed.
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The LibraryThing Blog
Stay tuned on The LibraryThing Blog for new features, plans, and announcements for LT.» The LibraryThing Blog
The Thingology Blog
Thingology is LibraryThing's ideas blog, on the philosophy and methods of tags, libraries and suchnot.» The Thingology Blog
LibraryThing Mobile Apps
LibraryThing has a mobile app for Android and iPhone (iOS) users!
Questions? Visit our App Help page
LibraryThing for Amazon Alexa
Local Books iPhone Application
Our "Readar" iPhone application (formerly "Local Books") shows you bookstores and libraries wherever you are. It's UrbanSpoon for book lovers.>
Local Books for Android
We have a similar application for Android, available through the Layar platform. Read more about it and get it.
LibraryThing integrates with over a dozen "swap sites," websites that facilitate swapping books by mail. Integration largely means pulling availability information from the sites, and providing easy links. By default, LibraryThing show information from all sites. Most swapping members will want to customize this to the sites they actually use.
LibraryThing offers a number of APIs, and easy ways to link to works.