A content explorer for the modern age
One place to gather your personal culture
Living in social networks doesn't always make us smarter or more creative. Library helps you break through the content bubbles, and find the hidden gems from the back catalog of the Internet.
Turn social Media into feeds
Follow your favorite social media channels in one place.
Be notified of new content without being overwhelmed.
Sort content in the order that makes more sense to you (chronologically, by name).
Works with your favorite services
Extract the best content from the most popular social sources.
Streamline your creative findings
Browse faster without unnecessary distractions and advertising
Immediately access the content shared within a feed (photo, music, video, article, ...).
Click to read, play, or watch instantly.
Use our list view to rearrange browsed content by date, author, or source.
Save with the best quality offered by the service.
Social Media Search
Search within a specific service or all of them at once.
Think Google, but for social media content.
Sort results by names, dates, authors, or sources.
You can pin searches to monitor updates.
Pin your favorite artists or channels for quick access.
Select artists and channels sub-feeds (stream, favorite, likes) for deeper exploration.
Get notified when the content has been updated since your last visit.
Share your discoveries with other Library users
Channels and content can be shared with other users and to social media.
Enjoy your content with our custom media players
We've designed custom media players to provide the best experience.
There's no need to open third-party applications anymore.
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Access thousands of movies in the public domain into different categories, like Comedy (Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton), Film Noir (Detour, The Hitchhiker), and Sci-Fi (don't forget to watch Plan 9 from Outer Space).
We already have hundreds of thousands of collections of art available online. Browse the French Reunion des Musées Nationaux (still experimental), the Met and Brooklyn Museum.
We have included video collections of ephemeral films like The Prelinger Archives, incredible source material preserved from the last century.
We have compiled some of the best public domain book collections. From Feedbooks to digitalized classics by the Gutenberg Project, they can all be read with our included ePub reader. We also have audiobooks in different languages.
We have included Computer Chronicles and Netcafe, the most incredible shows about the early days of the computer and internet revolution. We will keep adding legendary TV shows.
View entire collections of photos and videos from NASA, study open source courses from MIT, and browse ArXiv, the biggest archive of scientific documents online.
Listen to an incredible musical archive of preserved 78-inch vinyl recordings. Browse the Free Music Archive and experience the dawn of the MP3 revolution.
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