Lenro

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Lenro
Type of site
Book exchange community
Available inEnglish
OwnerSaurabh Hooda [1]
URLlenro.co
RegistrationFree
Current statusIn-Active

Lenro is a book sharing website that connected book readers on the local level so that they could borrow, lend or exchange books with each other.[2] Members need to create a free account to borrow, lend or exchange books.[3][4]

Site description[edit]

Lenro users can search for a book to check its availability to borrow or could see all the books that are available near them. The website tells the user the distance to the other Lenro users nearby. Borrower can send a borrow request to the lender which the lender can either accept or reject. Members can communicate on Lenro chat and finalize a date, time, and venue to meet for the book exchange.[5]

Members' profile page show the social profiles (such as Facebook and LinkedIn) of the member so that other users could have a look at those profiles to gain some level of trust before meeting for the first time. Members can also rate and review the books. The website has gamification points called Karma points. Members obtain points for activities like adding a book to lend, adding a book review, and borrowing/lending a book.[6]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Delhi : Saurabh Hooda initiated a website 'Lenro' for sharing books". Zee News.
  2. ^ "Barter system: Meet India's friendly neighbourhood 'book matchmaker'". hindustantimes.com.
  3. ^ "BOOKS SHARING REVOLUTION SWEEPS DU". dubeat.com.
  4. ^ "Lenro – Just the start up we needed". readersclubdelhi.com. Archived from the original on 2015-10-31. Retrieved 2016-03-22.
  5. ^ "Meet Fellow Readers, and Borrow and Lend Books, with Lenro". lbb.in.
  6. ^ "When Saurabh Hooda Realised He Owned Too Many Books, This Is What He Went on to Do". thebetterindia.com.

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