PressReader

PressReader

By PressReader Inc

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2009-10-20
  • Current Version: 5.6
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 95.20 MB
  • Developer: PressReader Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.2 or later.
Score: 4
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From 7,277 Ratings

Description

PressReader is the best way to read magazines and newspapers on your phone or tablet. Find your favorite titles and discover new ones from around the world. Save a collection of stories and schedule easy, automatic deliveries. Download complete issues and toggle between the original page view and a mobile-optimized text view. Plus, bring it all to life with listening mode, one-touch translation, and dynamic commenting. Subscribe to get unlimited access to every title in the catalog. Or, get access to PressReader without a subscription by visiting one of our HotSpot partners. “If you love newspapers but hate inky fingers and creepy delivery people, you might be interested in taking a gander at PressReader” – TECHCRUNCH “PressReader delivers an authentic multi-platform newspaper-reading experience” – TNW “I found it especially useful for keeping up with international news, which often offers viewpoints you won’t find in US media.” – LIFEHACKER “Anyone with even a passing interest in the news should give PressReader a try” – CNET “A sleeping giant in the digital media landscape” – INC. Terms of Use: www.pressreader.com/help/termsofuse Privacy Policy: www.pressreader.com/help/privacypolicy Support - Translations area available in up to 16 different languages - Subscriptions are available for US$29.99/monthly (or a similar amount in local currencies) - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - Monthly subscription payment is charged to a user’s iTunes account at confirmation of purchase - Monthly subscriptions will renew automatically unless renewals are disabled in account settings - Renewals will be charged to your iTunes account 24 hours before the end of the subscription period TOP TITLES NEWSPAPERS: The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Guardian Australia, National Post, Los Angeles Times, New York Post, The Globe and Mail, The Herald, The Irish Times, China Daily, USA Today, Le Figaro, Le Journal de Montreal, El Pais, The Daily Herald, The Daily Telegraph BUSINESS & NEWS: Newsweek, Forbes, Robb Report, Business Traveler, The Monthly, Bloomberg Business Week, FastCompany, Inc. FASHION: Vogue, Vogue Hommes, Elle, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Esquire, Numbero ENTERTAINMENT: Variety, Q, Empire, Top Gear LIFESTYLE & TRAVEL: Lonely Planet, Esquire, Canadian Geographic, Marie Claire, Maxim, DNA FOOD & HOME: Clean Eating, Canadian Living, Parents SPORTS & FITNESS: Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Yoga Journal, Runner's World TECHNOLOGY & GAMING: PC Gamer, Popular Science, Science Illustrated, T3

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Reviews

  • Wa

    5
    By Mikeozo
    Amazing
  • Read out loud function not working

    2
    By DolceneraForever
    I used to love this app but it’s now buggy, read out loud function doesn’t work and the app shuts down unexpectedly, please fix!
  • Format is good

    5
    By 47Rich
    I like reading the headlines and the enlarging the articles I want to read. I also like having the paper follow me insread of having to hunt for it when I travel.
  • Terrible authentication system leaves you locked out all the time

    1
    By Ed62772
    I’m subscribed through the King County Library System and need to constantly reauthenticate. Terrible user experience which renders this largely useless. As of late I can’t even find my library on the search screen that pops up, even though the account screen shows everything correctly. What a mess of an app!
  • Great program, but needs Archiveability and Highlights

    4
    By Mroto
    Everything about this program is great except for two things. 1) If you switch phones or tablet, you lose all your publications. This ignores a large portion of the users who intend to study and reference the material over time. 2) It does not allow the ability to highlight the material or take notes in those sections. The only notes section is for public commentary, which is a different purpose. If we pay for the publication, we should be able to keep it forever and highlight it and do what we need to do with it. Being in the digital world is nice because you can search many publications for keywords, but without the ability to archive what is the point?
  • Canceled

    1
    By Darstitch1
    I have tried to cancel this and I have been charged two extra months when I only wanted it for one month. Not sure what to do next.
  • Great reading, data hog

    4
    By mlaurence
    I love reading newspapers in their original format on PressReader. I have a subscription to one paper and access to hundreds of papers through my local library, and both log-ins work seamlessly together. PressReader has improved to near-perfect status over the years but one flaw remains: despite my efforts to clear out old editions, the size of my data files grows until it chokes my iPad. Recently I had to once again delete and reinstall the app after it reached over 7GB of content. I don’t know what is causing this as I don’t see any stash of available newspapers in any archive. Otherwise, I’m very happy as a long-time user.
  • Paid with no joy

    1
    By Anton100000
    I have paid so much money but could never access material
  • Good. It could be better

    3
    By Brian Doyle
    I read the N.Y. Times almost daily as I travel a lot. I actually like reading on PressReader better than the actual paper. The photos are better, and you can jump to continuation pages easily, and back, sometimes. Unfortunately with the Times at least, links are missing at times. That might be NYT’s fault? Navigating with the gizmo on the bottom of the screen is tedious. A drop down list would be better. Also missing is a “back” button. I wish I could just go back to the previous page I was on like in every other reading app I have used. Finally, it seems that if an update comes down to an issue or supplement while you are reading it, the app pops up an annoying sidebar and sometime takes you back to the top of the page or the first page...very annoying. They should just put up an icon to notify you. But overall I like it. I use a different one for the Vail Daily and I like this one better.
  • Useful but frustratingly buggy

    3
    By Jeff.Rowley
    I use Pressreader on my iPad solely to read the digital replica of the NYT. The app frequently crashes, frequently mis-displays pages and frequently gets stuck in a funk and needs to be returned home and then re-navigate to your page to display and function properly. The NYT disallows selection and dictionary lookup - but that is not Pressreaders fault. Would also like it to zoom in farther. I am not a fan.

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