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The Follett Destiny Mobile app Brings Circulation to the Palms of your Hands December 10, 2012

Posted by editor in Library Automation, Mobile Apps, Product Highlight.
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Follett’s new mobile app will free you from the desk to perform circulation anywhere you need to in your school.  

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The Follett Destiny mobile app is a new powerful tool designed specifically for school based staff. No longer will you be tied to your desk or office – with the Follett Destiny mobile app you are provided with quick, easy access to perform circulation functions– right from your mobile device. Available for Destiny customers of Library Manager, Asset Manager, and Textbook Manager.  The Follett Destiny mobile app gives access to circulation functions such as:

  • Check in and Check out of resources
  • View of patron account summary
  • Monitor copy or item status
  • Enter or scan barcodes and patron barcodes

Please note:  **Scanning utilizes the device auto-focus camera and is only supported in iPhone models (3GS/4/4S) and iPad3.  Scanning is not supported on Android devices or other Apple devices.

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Getting started with the Follett Destiny mobile app

Your Destiny system must be upgraded to v10.5

Connected to Internet access via 3G/4G network or WiFi

Compatible with Apple IPhone and IPad with iOS 4.2 or later.  Scanning feature only available on Apple iOS 3.0 or later,

Compatible with Android smartphones and tablets 2.1-2.3.7

(Text from Follett Software Company http://www.follettsoftware.com)

Free Download

Android devices – download from Google Play HERE.

Apple devices – download from iTunes App Store HERE.

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