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PressReader

PressReader delivers an endless stream of top news stories to read, discuss and share. Access full issues of thousands of top newspapers and magazines from around the world and experience them online just as they appear in print!

Please note: 
The Globe and Mail is no longer offering at-home access to library customers through PressReader. You can still read and download the paper using PressReader, but will have to be at one of our library locations to do so.

Using a desktop computer or RPL mobile app:

  • Access through GO button
  • Enter your Library card number and PIN
  • Browse, read, and share from thousands of newspapers from all over the world!
  • Create a user account for a more personalized experience and to save your preferences. 
  • Select “Sign In” and access the link “New user? Sign up now”. Follow the prompts, providing an email address and password, as well as your first and last name. 

Using the PressReader app: 

•    Follow the steps above to create an account (user accounts must be created through the website).
•    Download the app 
•    Sign In to the PressReader app with the email and password used to create an account. 

What if I don’t want to create a user account?

The PressReader app can be used without signing in; however, you will need to visit a HotSpot every 48 hours in order to refresh your complete access to all content. See HotSpot details below.
Follow these steps to ensure continued access to all content via the PressReader app without needing to visit a HotSpot:

  1. Sign in to the app with your user account (created through the website)
  2. Select Accounts option from menu
  3. Select your name and then scroll down and select the Library icon
  4. Follow “Select Library or Group” 
  5. Search “Saskatchewan” and select “Saskatchewan Public Libraries” from the list
  6. Enter your Library barcode and PIN when prompted. You may see a message: “this library account is already in use.” Confirm okay. 
  7. You may be asked to repeat this step and re-authenticate after 30 days, but you will not require a HotSpot to do so. 

PressReader Hot Spots

  • Hot Spots are sponsored access points that allow users free unlimited access to view and download PressReader content.
  • You will know you are in a PressReader Hot Spot when the Hotspot Iconicon displays on the PressReader screen.
  • All RPL branches are PressReader Hot Spots. For a complete list of Hot Spots worldwide, visit the click here.
  • By completing steps 1 through 7 above, you can ensure continued and complete access to PressReader content without needing to visit a HotSpot. 

Important Note: As a cardholder with RPL, you will never have to pay for consuming PressReader content, whether you are accessing it inside a HotSpot or remotely via the app. If you receive a message stating your complimentary time is running out, simply reconnect to a PressReader HotSpot and reset your 48 hours of remote access OR complete the steps 1 through 7 above.


PRESSREADER AND YOUR PRIVACY

PressReader is a third-party service that is governed by its own privacy policy and practices, not the Library's. We advise that you consult their Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. 

Need More Help?

  • Full support for all of these features can be found on Press Reader's Help Center.
  • If you need to renew your library card or reset your PIN, please contact our staff.
  • Staff can also provide basic assistance with the service.
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Regina Public Library is pleased to provide free access to this third-party service to customers paying taxes to or residing in the City of Regina. Members of other Saskatchewan libraries are not guaranteed access to this service or any other electronic resource to which Regina Public Library subscribes.

Regina Public Library customers are reminded that this is a third-party service over which Regina Public Library has no control so changes may occur without warning and customization is not always possible.

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