eNewspapers

Download and read eNewspapers and eMagazines with PressReader on your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device for free with your Buckinghamshire library card and PIN

With PressReader you can:

  • Access thousands of publications, both national and international.
  • Read full versions of your favourite papers.
  • Listen to articles while you're on the move with the audio feature. 
  • View publications on the device of your choice.
  • Download titles and view offline.
  • Publications available in 65 languages.
  • Translate publications into 18 different languages.
  • Print or share articles over social media and email.

Once you have signed in you have 30 days to use PressReader. Once the time has expired you will need to sign in again for another 30 days. You can repeat this process as often as you like.

 

Access PressReader

Get the PressReader app for your phone or tablet!

Apple App Store

Google Play Store

Get started...

On a computer

  1. Go to the PressReader website and click on 'sign in' in the top right hand corner of the webpage.
  2. Click on the 'Library or Group' button.Library or Group Button
  3. Search for 'Buckinghamshire' and select 'Library - Buckinghamshire'.
  4. Type in your library card number and PIN (remove the 'B' in front of your number if this is showing on your card).
  5. (Optional) You may have the option to fill in more details at this point, but this isn't necessary to access PressReader.

On a smartphone or tablet

  1. Go to your app store. Download and install PressReader.
  2. Open the app and tap 'sign in'.
  3. Under the 'sign in with' section tap the orange 'Library or Group' button. Library or Group Button
  4. Tap 'Select Library or Group'.
  5. Search for 'Buckinghamshire' and select 'Library - Buckinghamshire'.
  6. Type in your library card number and PIN (remove the 'B' in front of your number if this is showing on your card).
  7. (Optional) You may have the option to fill in more details at this point, but this isn't necessary to access PressReader.

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