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.
- 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
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
You asked for it, and we're listening. We've made a few tweaks based on your feedback.
Here's what's changed:
** Now you can disable full screen while reading an issue.
** The appearance of the headline animation has been strictly limited.
** There are some minor adjustments to the look & feel.
** Just as in every app update, we also put time towards stability & performance improvements.
There are a lot of other recently added features that we're continuing to refine for the iPhone. The news feed is appearing for the first time. Mastheads have been added to visually tie each story to its source. And, the Browse & Downloaded sections use a new dark theme. On all screens, the menu names for the news feed and the catalog have been changed to For You and Browse. Photo covers have also been added to each category to help filter the catalog.
Keep your comments coming! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what you think.
Ratings and Reviews
Not. That. Great.
I am not impressed with this app at all. It just makes things that should be straightforward and easy unnecessarily difficult. I do a search on a new device for a periodical I have been receiving for years on an older one, and the search turns up nothing. I wish to de-authorize one device so that I can authorize another and I can’t do that without getting tech support from my organization (the website won’t let me sign in on my computer so I can do so myself. Instead it tells me that my email and/or password are “incorrect” - which they are not). Just a bunch of unnecessarily complicated nonsense!
Also, the app has an icon badge which is not self-explanatory. I wish I knew what it signified. Is it the number of periodicals I am supposed to receive (because that does not seem accurate)? The number of issues available for download? (because that doesn’t seem accurate either). What?! I tried opening all my periodicals to see if that would get the icon to it would go away or change, but it didn't. So an explanation of its significance would be nice.
With many publications piling up I would appreciate a feature that could instantly put them in chronological order, for finding issues more easily, but there doesn’t seem to be such a feature.
Honestly, if I did not need to use this app out of necessity, I would have deleted it long ago.
Developer Response ,
Sabor, thank you for your feedback. It appears that we need to review your account, and discuss the few issues that you are experiencing directly with you. Could you reach us at PressReader.com/Care with more details? Thanks!
An amazing source of reading, but not only!
My access to all possible world press became instant, my opinions became influential, my channel is growing and developing super fast. Three great features I’ve never seen before but always dreamed of: real time Translation (you don’t need 3rd party anymore) - very convenient - just imagine you can read any language! (Italian Vogue is not longer Italian)
Then you don’t even have to read, Voice Reader can do it aloud.
And finally the Boomarks! (I still have those thousands of heavy folders I used put teared magazine pages in from my student years). The app delivers the fresh issues of all I read right to my account. I’m shocked! I’m in future!
Developer Response ,
We are thrilled to read your feedback. It's wonderful to hear that you are enjoying so many features available in the app! Thanks so much and happy reading!
IOS app works inconsistently
My library system has a subscription to Press Reader. To sign in with your library card the Press Reader video says all you need is the library system name, your card number and your PIN. This is supposedly how the web version works but the iPad app wants you to also create an account. You can’t bypass this. However sometimes the app seems to think you’re on a library hotspot (I’m not) and lets you get on anyway. The next day it forgets and wants to charge you through iTunes. But, if you wait a couple of hours it thinks you’re on a library hotspot again.
I don’t know who designs and writes this software but they sure don’t test it.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your feedback, and sorry for the trouble. Could you share with us the name and location of the library at PressReader.com/Care, we'd be happy to review and assist further.
- PressReader Inc
- 105.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- © 2009-2019 PressReader Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Single Issue $0.99
- All-you-can-read $29.99
- Single Issue $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.