Bringing book lovers together in a book club nowadays.
In cooperation with Hebban, the leading book community in the Netherlands, DTT created the Hebban Books App. The Hebban Community app is a great success: with more than 50,000 users, the app is rated with no less than 4,000 reviews, with an impressive rating of 4.5 stars.
With the Hebban app, the largest book platform in the Netherlands and Flanders is now easily accessible via iOS and Android. The app allows readers to write reviews, share reading tips and keep a personal digital bookshelf. With the handy barcode scanner, it is even possible to get more information about a book directly in the bookstore and add it directly to Hebban.
The true power of the Hebban app lies in its vibrant community. Annually, the Hebban Reading Challenge brings readers together with like-minded book lovers, enabling them to achieve shared reading goals and experience extraordinary motivation to read more.
By 2023, more than 18,000 readers have committed to collectively reading more than half a million books. In addition, Hebban editors provide the community with the latest book news in the Newsroom. Community events boost interaction, participation and connection among members, making the Hebban Community a vibrant hub for book lovers.
From the homescreen, you can easily navigate through the app.
Find information about a book, add the book to a list or rate a book you've read.
Scanning the barcode on the cover will give you information about the book in the app.
Here readers can read recently posted news items.
The profile page contains all your information.
Read community reviews.
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