The LibraryThing app allows LibraryThing members to catalog and browse their collections. LibraryThing is focused on books, but you can add most media, including books, DVDs and CDs. LibraryThing relies on data from Amazon, and over 65 million library records.Where can I Find my LibraryThing book catalog?
LibraryThing is an online service to help people catalog their books easily. You can access your catalog from anywhere—even on your mobile phone.When is LibraryThing going to be free to all?
LibraryThing couldn't be happier to go free to all in March 2020 (blog post here ). Whether you're an individual or an organization, you can catalog any number of books for free. See here for more info about organizational accounts. What information do I need to give up? None. Setting up an account requires only a user name and a password.How is LibraryThing used in the real world?
LibraryThing uses Amazon and over 1,000 libraries that provide open access to their collections with the Z39.50 protocol. The protocol is used by a variety of desktop programs, notably bibliographic software like EndNote. LibraryThing appears to be the first mainstream web use.