If you are looking for PressReader, you have come to the right place. We explain what PressReader is and point you to the official download.

What is PressReader?

Press Reader is a software that allows you to download and view the world’s leading newspapers and periodical publications in digital format, at your leisure and at your pleasure. Similar in style to Zinio and its Desktop Reader application (though less broad in scope, as Press Reader is only concerned for newspapers), Press Reader supports a broader range of mobile devices, however. It supports all three major operating systems for computers – Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux – plus mobile electronic devices, like the iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Honeycomb.

Press Reader, though free to download, has a subscription system with (currently) 2 plans available: a casual plan, which is 99 cents for each download, or a newspaper lover plan, which has a fixed rate of about $30 for a 30-day subscription.

Press Reader’s credentials, however, are impressive. At its repertoire is a 2,100 list of newspapers you can download and view, and it’s still growing by the day. These newspapers are spread out from 95 countries in 54 languages. But the Press Reader is not just a glorified document viewer: it combines accurate reproduction of the newspapers you’ve always loved, and interactive features such as clickable lines, telephone numbers, and so on.

Download PressReader from the developer does not provide software hosting. We send you directly to the developer's site, to make sure you download the latest, original version of the program.

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Last updated: : March 8, 2012