A new digital newspaper and magazine database is here!

Niagara Falls Public Library is proud to introduce PressReader, a digital newspaper and magazine database. PressReader offers users access to thousands of newspapers and magazines written in over 60 languages. Both current issues and back issues are available as well, so you never have to miss out.

With PressReader, you have the option to translate multilingual publications into up to 18 different languages, bookmark favourite articles, and even share stories with friends and family. You can also download articles that pique your interest so that you can keep them permanently on your device. Best of all, you can access PressReader on your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop from anywhere with an Internet connection.

Please check out this document for PressReader FAQs.

Getting Started Tips
 

Download the Latest App

Don't want to download the app? Great news, you can access PressReader on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop from anywhere with an Internet connection through your browser! Go to PressReader for browser.

To sign in to the free library version of PressReader, select the yellow Library or Group option. 

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On some mobile devices, the yellow Library option may be hidden, and require an extra step to view.

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Select Niagara Falls Public Library, and log in with your library card number and PIN.

  • Search collections, or browse by country, language, category or publication type.
  • Choose a publication to begin reading.
  • The toolbar at the bottom will allow you to switch between PDF view and Text view - select whichever works best for you.

You can customize your home feed, read papers in over 60 languages, bookmark and share your favourite articles with friends, read back issues and more!  For more information, please visit PressReader FAQsPressReader Help Centre or PressReader YouTube Videos - or contact library staff, who will be glad to help you!