LibraryThing is an ocean. Here are some of the other things the site and the community offer.
LibraryThing Apps and Sites
LibraryThing Mobile Apps
LibraryThing has a mobile app for iPhone (iOS) and Android users!
Turn your LibraryThing library into a real, online catalog for your friends and patrons! Cheap for small schools, churches and other small collection. Free for personal use.
Useful and Fun
LibrayThing can import and export in various formats, including Excel, text and library (MARC) records.
Connect with Other Apps
Share your books, reviews, ratings, and more to your Facebook timeline from your News Feed.
Share your books, reviews, ratings, or other LibraryThing activities on Twitter from your News Feed.
LibraryThing integrates with over a dozen "swap sites," websites where people swap books by mail. You can see what books are available within LibraryThing.
Games and Community Projects
Legacy Libraries are the libraries of historical people, entered into LibraryThing by dedicated members. Libraries include Marilyn Monroe, Emily Dickinson, Robert Graves, Thomas Jefferson and Frederick Douglass.
LibraryThing periodically posts "Treasure Hunts," in which members read clues (in poem form) and try to find pages on the site.
State of the Thing
"State of the Thing" is LibraryThing's newsletter. It goes out to some 919,803 book lovers around the world.
LibraryThing members can improve their own data, help each other and improve the quality of the information on LibraryThing.
CoverGuess is a cover game. We give you covers and you describe them in words. If you guess the same things as other players, you get points.
Flash Mob Cataloging
Flash-Mob Cataloging is when a horde of LibraryThing members descend on some small library, catalog their books in LibraryThing, eat some pizza, talk some talk and leave them with a gleaming new LibraryThing catalog.