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On My iPhone/Android: Kanopy - Experience the world’s finest cinema for free, brought to you by your library

 
On My iPhone/Android: Kanopy - Experience the world’s finest cinema for free, brought to you by your library
 
 
I am a big fan of my local library, especially when it is the size and has the collection of the Los Angeles Public Library. Kanopy is just one more way to make the best use of my library card by bringing movies and television shows right to my iPhone or computer and also to my TV using Chromecast, Apple Airplay or Apple TV. 
 
Unlike some other services, Kanopy’s collection is quite deep and actually contains movies you want to watch instead of just random, unknown offerings. 
 
Link your Kanopy app to your local library account (if they have subscribed to the service) and start enjoying another source of entertainment today.
 
On My iPhone/Android: Kanopy - Experience the world’s finest cinema for free, brought to you by your libraryOn My iPhone/Android: Kanopy - Experience the world’s finest cinema for free, brought to you by your library
 
From the iTunes App Store...

Watch classic films, indulge in festival indie, world cinema and acclaimed documentaries sourced from award-winning filmmakers globally or learn about every subject imaginable from The Great Courses and PBS. Kanopy is an on-demand streaming video service with an unrivaled collection of over 30,000 films. 

Free access for any member of a partner college or public library. No commercials. No fees. Your library has it covered for you.

 

Previously in "On my iPhone/Android…":
"On my iPhone…" is a new series from TechnologyIQ, sharing real world examples of how I use my iPhone, interesting apps and more

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