Get started by visiting the hoopla webpage or by downloading the hoopla app from Apple, GooglePlay, or Amazon.
How does it work?
Library cardholders can check out 6 items from hoopla per month. There are no late fees. Once your item has expired, it will no longer play on your device.
How do I borrow a title?
Click on a title you like and then click the blue "Borrow" button.
Can I place a hold on items?
There is no need for holds with hoopla. Every title in its collection is available for check out 24/7. This means that if 200 library users want to check out a particular title, all 200 users can check it out without waiting.
Are titles downloaded onto my device or computer?
Titles can only be downloaded to mobile devices via the hoopla app. Downloading to desktop computers and laptops is not permitted, due to studio or publisher restrictions.
Do I need to be connected to the Internet to access hoopla?
Yes, to access hoopla and to stream the content over Wi-Fi, 3G and/or 4G (if it is available in your area) you must be connected to the Internet. You can download content to a mobile device for later use when you are not connected.
Which devices and platforms are supported?
Currently, hoopla supports most Android, iOS, and Fire tablets. For viewing on TV, hoopla supports Airplay, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, and Roku
What web browsers are supported?
Hoopla supports newer versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari. Some other browsers may work, but those listed have been confirmed to work. For best results, please ensure you have the most up-to-date versions of these browsers.
If I have additional questions, how can I get answers?