Your resource for free streaming of movies, books, music, audiobooks, and more!


Gloucester County Library System is excited to announce free, streaming content available 24/7 through hoopla including:

  • movies
  • television shows
  • music albums
  • ebooks
  • comics
  • audiobooks

Simple to access and use, without the hassle of having to return the items you’ve borrowed, all you need is your library card, a web browser, smartphone or tablet to get started. The freedom you want is here, now. Also, check out our newest service, Flipster, for free streaming of eMagazines!

Hoopla for Kids

Discover hoopla's Kids Mode: a place to find family appropriate content for children up to the age of 12! Titles can be easily sorted and selected and makes hoopla a blast for the family! Enabling Kids Mode is just as easy:

On a mobile device: simply visit your settings in the hoopla app and turn Kids Mode on. Immediately, your device will filter the entire hoopla library to family friendly content.

On a computer: Login to your account, click on your email in the upper right by the sign out button, and check off the box for Kids Mode. Be sure to save your changes at the bottom!

hoopla App

Got a mobile device? hoopla has an app for that! Download the hoopla app for seamless access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, movies/tv, comics, and more from anywhere. Scroll to the bottom of hoopla's site to access app store links!


Get Started with hoopla

Ready to get started with hoopla? New users can register for an account. You will need your library card number to complete sign up.

Chromecast, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire Stick

Did you know that hoopla supports Chromecast, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire Stick? Stream movies, TV shows, and more right onto your TV!

Click to Access Hoopla


 Help and Support

eBook Quick Start Guides

eBook Visual Step-by-Step Guides

Frequently Asked Questions about eBooks

We have created a FAQ document to help answer your questions about the types of ebook collections available at GCLS.

Additional Help Resources

Need Help with Overdrive?

Extensive Help Documentation is available on the Overdrive (via the South Jersey Audiobook and eBook Download Center) website. This Help section describes how to use the site, the Adobe Digital Editions software, the Overdrive Media Console, which devices are compatible with Overdrive eBooks, and more.

Having trouble accessing Overdrive on your Nook Color or Nook Tablet? Please note that Overdrive is no longer supported on these devices and Barnes and Noble has discontinued the Nook Store, so the app is now obsolete and website inaccessible. You can continue to download eBooks through Overdrive by connnecting your Nook to a computer or laptop. Detailed instructions are available on the Overdrive Help website. This does not affect the Nook HD models or the Samsung Galaxy Tab for Nook models.

Need Help with Hoopla?

Extensive Help Documentation is available on the Hoopla site. This FAQ describes how to adjust your account settings, stream content, handles technical questions, and more.

Want to know if Hoopla is compatible with your device? View a complete list of compatible devices here: https://www.hoopladigital.com/support

Technical Support

If you require technical assistance, you can contact library eBook tech support at ebooks@gcls.org.