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April 13, 2016


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Carolyn Smith

Phil, how do the articles look on screen. My concern is that a visual article with lots of pictures or a comic could be hard to read on anything less than a PC. What do you think?

Gary Archer

Don't forget many UK libraries now have emagazine services through Zinio, where customers can download magazines of a similar popular nature to Readly free using their library card. A Zinio for Libraries app lets you read them offline, and the magazine stays yours even if the library cancels its subscription. Titles most libraries have include the BBC titles, Good Housekeeping, Economist, Hello, New Scientist, Cosmo and many more.

Some also have Library PressDisplay where you can view world newspapers and magazines in full for around 90 days - for the UK it includes the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Express and many local papers, but also many other magazines, including some childrens titles.

Using the PressReader app you can download titles in libraries with subscriptions for offline reading, as the library becomes a hotspot that the app recognises.

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