Loyola University Chicago Libraries

Mobile Resources: Electronic Resource Apps

Gale: Access My Library

Access your library — even when you're not on campus! 
It's as simple as using the AccessMyLibrary College Edition mobile app from Gale, a world-leading publisher of reference information. After a simple, one-time log-in using your library's password, the mobile app will give you free, unlimited access to your school library's reputable, authoritative Gale online resources — anytime, anywhere!

Click here for the App!

Loyola Mobile

Loyola Mobile is a suite of applications that allows mobile device users to access a number of Loyola online services, such as LOCUS, maps, and the library, in one location. Loyola Mobile was created in partnership with the Blackboard corporation.

Click here for information on how to download!

Mobile App Resources

The resources listed on this page require that you download a mobile app. 


Now you can access Science from anywhere. Our new app lets you:

  • Read summaries and abstracts from Science, Science Translational Medicine, and Science Signaling.
  • E-mail yourself links to full text.
  • Get the latest news at ScienceNOW.
  • Search job openings and tap other resources at Science Careers.
  • Access the Science weekly podcast and other multimedia.
  • Store content for reading without wi-fi access

Click here to download!

Naxos Music Library

The Naxos Music Library is now streaming on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Enjoy remote streaming of your Naxos Music Library (NML) playlists anytime, anywhere with your iPhone or iPod touch!

Over 40,000 CDs (580,000 tracks) of music are now available in the palm of your hand. With 1,000 CDs added every month!

Click here to download!

Subject Guide

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The nature.com iPhone application allows you to access science news stories and the latest published research from Nature Publishing Group on your iPhone wherever you are. As new articles are published they're pushed straight to your iPhone where you can read the full text immediately or just save them for later.

Tell the app which journals you're interested in or set up saved searches, which will show you the titles and abstracts of new articles from arXiv or PubMed that match your key words.

Click here to download!