Unsure how to use your new smartphone, tablet or computer? The library can help!

There's plenty of state of the art devices available these days for surfing the web, connecting on social media, taking photos, shopping online, reading e-books,listening to audiobooks, and even making good old fashioned phone calls.  Smartphones, tablets, and portable computers can be fantastic tools for everyday use.

With the holiday season here, there are many devices available from Apple, Android, and more. For those new to so much technology, this can seem more daunting than exciting!  If you're worried (or frustrated) that you don't know how to use your device, or your parent or grandparent will get fed up - look no further than the Boston Public Library for your tablet, smartphone, computer and hand-held device help.

In person: The following Boston Public Library locations offer one-on-one assistance with a librarian on using your device during the month of December:

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