New Feature: Book Search

It's now quicker and easier to find a particular book on Libreture, thanks to our new search feature.

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You can now search for any publicly listed books on Libreture, by title, author, or ISBN. Our new search feature means it's now easier to manage your collection... as well as check if you already own a book.

Libreture subscribers have the additional ability to select whether to search their own library, all public libraries, or both. Logged-out users can, of course, only search public libraries.

Easier to find DRM-free books

The search feature makes it easier for anyone to check if a book is available to buy DRM-free, and where.

Screenshot of the Book Search box with the searched phrase: 'google', but no results.

If a LIbreture user already owns a book you're looking for, they may have specified where they bought it. A simple search for the book, and a click on the Bookshop link on the book's page will take you straight to the DRM-free bookshop that sells it.

More to come

I'll add more features in the future, such as the ability to search by description text, bookshop, or any number of suitable criteria.

Libreture is growing, and the features we provide must grow with it. As we all use the new tool, I hope you will share your thoughts with me about how we can improve it. I intend for the Book Search to grow and support new ways of finding and filtering your libraries.

Give it a try and let me know what you think.


Happy (DRM-free) Reading.

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