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<ul><li> 1. Top 10Mobile Appsfor Libraries </li> <li> 2. Note: this is an edited version. This presentation is larger than 10MBs and wont fit on Slideshare;however, the complete presentation can be found via: @cmairn Go800 enabled! Text CMAIRN to 46800 to call. </li> <li> 3. There are millions of apps available! I tried to share free apps that work on most mobile platforms and browsers. Not all are library apps, but could be. These are my opinions, so top is very subjective. </li> <li> 4. </li> <li> 5. Mobile OPACs </li> <li> 6. Mobile Databases </li> <li> 7. Android Wikipedia AppTo promote Florida history by creating audio and audio- visual historical podcasts, of 50 Florida towns. </li> <li> 8. Check with your vendors to see if they have apps and/or mobile- optimized resources.If they dont, put some pressure on them to build something quickly! </li> <li> 9. SiriSiri does what you say, finds theinformation you need, then answers you.Its like youre having a conversation withyour iPhone.And Siri is proactive, so it will questionyou until it finds what youre looking for. </li> <li> 10. Androids voice controls and dictation </li> <li> 11. Some e-reading Apps </li> <li> 12. Google Cloud Print </li> <li> 13. Google Drive </li> <li> 14. Collection Development with Dont like Springpad or Evernote? </li> <li> 15. 1.2. </li> <li> 16. 3. 4. </li> <li> 17. Stored on mobile! </li> <li> 18. Stored on desktop! </li> <li> 19. Copy the ISBN or use our LibX toolbar to search OPAC.If we dont own it, then Ill paste the URL into our acquisition system and purchase it! </li> <li> 20. Google Goggles </li> <li> 21. Googles Project Glass </li> <li> 22. Bitcoin Payment Options Near Field Communication Person-to-person payments Mobile donations Virtual currency Square Google Wallet </li> <li> 23. Draw Something </li> <li> 24. ReloopSpeedX 3D Mocha VNC </li> <li> 25. Watch for new services/apps that can helpmake your library more visible/valuable but dont feel obligated to put your library in that space! </li> <li> 26. /What is your favorite app?Twitter: @cmairn my favorite app is untappd for Android. Or visit Texting: Text 185884 and your favorite app to 22333. </li> <li> 27. My Favorite </li> <li> 28. Native Apps vs. Web/Browser Apps Issues Native apps Web appsInternet access Not required Required, except for apps written in HTML5 (offline capabilities)Shareable content (Twitter etc.) Only if it is built in to the app Web links can be shared. Social APIs allow 1- click postingAccess to hardware sensors Yes: camera, gyroscope, microphone, Access thru browser is limited. Geolocation compass, accelerometer, GPS works!Development Build app for target platform (Android, iOS Write/publish once using standard Web [Objective-C] etc.) technologies, view it anywhere with URL. Speedy debugging and development.Distribution Most app stores require approval. No hassles. Source: </li> <li> 29. Fundamentally, mobilerefers to the user, not the device or application.Barbara Ballard Designing the Mobile User Experience </li> <li> 30. A simple mobile-optimized Website can work on all devices!<p>Call the Library | (727) 341-7177<br />[Add to Phone Book]<br /></p></li> <li> 31. Or you can build something using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript that acts like a native app! Built using jQTouch Built using jQuery Mobile </li> <li> 32. Virtual Petting Zoo Google Plus Hangout </li> <li> 33. Contact Information Lets Hangout! </li> </ul>