Flipster is a next-generation digital magazine platform where users can access their favorite magazines from a variety of publishers through Marymount Library via a web browser or a custom app, enabling the user to read offline, anytime, anywhere.
Q. Are back issues available?
A. Yes, back issues are available.
Q. Do I need a mobile app to view magazines on my mobile device?
A. No, using your mobile browser, you can access Flipster and read magazines from your mobile device with an internet connection or 3G/4G connection.
Q. Is there a mobile app I can use with Flipster?
A. Currently there is a mobile app for iPads, Android Devices and Kindle Fire Tablets.
Q. I’m having trouble. Where can I find help?
Please contact the Marymount Library by chat, email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone, (310)303-7260.
Q. Can I search within a magazine?
A. Yes, both the desktop and mobile versions of Flipster support keyword searching within a magazine. You can also search across all issues accessing the content gallery feature. There is no search feature on the mobile app.
Q. What is the Contents Gallery?
A. The Contents Gallery allows you to view the table of contents for all available issues of a magazine when using Flipster on your desktop or laptop computer.
To use the Contents Gallery:
Select All Issues from the viewer menu and click Contents Gallery from the resulting menu pane.
Click the View button. A new Contents Gallery window opens allowing you to page through the table of contents from all issues available.
Click on a feature or article to go directly to that page.
Note: The Contents Gallery is not accessible when using Flipster on a mobile device. However, the Mobile Viewer does offer the ability to view the Table of Contents and All Issues for the title being viewed.
Q. Can I print from a magazine?
A. Yes, printing is available when reading a magazine on a computer, but not from a mobile device or the iPad app. The print button is located towards the bottom of the right hand menu when viewing a magazine on a computer. The available print options are determined by the publisher. You may be able to print a single page, a range, or none at all.