I found a great extension to the Goggle Chrome browser called Library Extension that will help you save money. I heard about this on CNET from a newsletter I subscribe to.
Amazon is this great place to buy things. I purchased everything from clothes, shoes, tools, food, and of course they sell books and movies also. However, I don’t like to keep a lot of books longer than I need and to save a buck I use the library.
Library Extension is a small Google Chrome app that you can add on by going to the Chrome Web Store and doing a search. Furthermore, it is a simple installation. Once you click on the tiny icon in your browser that will appear after installation so you can set it up to constantly have an eye on your library’s inventory. When you are on Amazon.com and you are looking at a book and your library has it, you will see a link to click on to take you to your library’s website to request the item.
This Library Extension app will save you money, time, and you won’t be inundated with books that you later have to figure a way to get rid of. On that front, donate them to your library if you have any and then they can use the money to buy more stuff you can borrow!
I don’t know about you, but I’d rather enjoy something and afterwards not be stuck with the clutter!
Consequently, this Library Extension app works on other sites too like barnesandnoble.com as well. This is one sweet extension. And if the extension says none are available at your library try clicking on the link you may see. I did and that Alex Cross book I was interested in was available. My library is a county wide library system so they send in my requests to my local branch.
If you want to save money and still read the latest books, movies and music, then you should try the Library Extension app. You can find it at the Chrome Web Store. Trust me, but you will be surprised at what you will find using it.
This is fantastic. Thanks for the tip!
This is so great to be able check on line and see if they have a book you are looking for. Buying books add up if you are a reader which I am.
This sounds good t me