Before you start

To set up your device to borrow eNewspapers you will need:

How to borrow eMagazines and eNewspapers

We use PressReader to offer free, digital access to eMagazines and eNewspapers. The first time you use service, you will need to register. This will give you 30 days uninterrupted access. After this, you need to log in again every 30 days to continue to access a range of titles for free using your computer or smart device.

Make sure you have read the before you start section before following these instructions.

Please Note
If you’re in a library building, you don’t need to sign in to access PressReader on your mobile device because libraries are marked as HotSpots where PressReader allows everyone free access. You don’t need to connect to the public Wi-Fi to access PressReader. You do need to ensure that Enable Location Services is switched on in More: Settings.

Instructions for first time use of PressReader

Instructions for using PressReader after setting up an account

To reactivate your PressReader account for free, you will need to log in once every 30 days. You may need to sign out and sign in again. If you have any issues with borrowing titles, please try signing out and signing in again.

To find the sign out option, tap on the user icon, scroll to the bottom of the menu and tap sign out. Follow on screen prompts to complete the process. You will then be able to sign in again for another 30 days free access.

There is no limit to how many times you can reactivate your account.

Getting the best out of your PressReader experience

Be sure to explore all the settings to tailor your preferences.

If you require help with the app, login in or your PressReader account, you can contact PressReader care online support.

If you need help with your library membership or an enquiry about the titles available, find out how to contact the library service.

How many eNewspapers can I have?

You can read over 160 UK newspapers, over 140 from other countries, in 60 different languages, plus 100s of previous issues. Select auto-download on your favourite newspapers to have them delivered automatically to your device every day it is published. Remember there is free public Wi-Fi at all of our branch libraries to download your eNewspapers.

You can download hundreds of eMagazines using the same account on the same platform.

Happy reading!