PressReader For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: News

Price: Free

Rating: 0 stars based on 0 reviews


PressReader Chromebook App Download

Download PressReader For Chromebook

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-05-07
  • Current Version: 6.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 23.40 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.6.6 or later.
  • Developer: PressReader Inc

How To Download PressReader On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download PressReader on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

Connecting you with the stories you love, from thousands of sources you trust. All you can read news to keep informed, entertained and inspired every day. Share your passions and connect with like-minded readers to discover new content. Make your voice heard on issues that matter to you, and follow and support opinions expressed by others. - - More news, more possibilities - - Get an unlimited stream of top news stories in your home feed - no sign up required. Choose sections of magazines or newspapers to build your own publication, or follow others for a curated story feed. - - News is better when you can connect with friends - - Share stories and opinions with friends on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or send by email. Start sharing with a free account. - - Thousands of titles, trusted sources - - Get your favorite publications and discover new titles that you’re sure to love. Choose from thousands of magazines and newspapers and read them in the image-rich original layout. See this content come alive and personal as you can listen, share, translate or comment on it. Download issues that you can enjoy both on- and offline. - - We travel the world with you - - Not a subscriber? No worries! Access publications at thousands of sponsored PressReader HotSpot locations worldwide. Use the constantly updated HotSpot Map to find a location near you. Be sure to ask your hotel or library if they already offer PressReader. - - Your channel, your views - - Create your channel and air your views. Add your opinions to stories and make your voice heard on issues you care about. Your opinion gains momentum as more people support it. Grow your supporters and become an opinion leader. Spark change. - - Seamless and social - - Use your Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or free PressReader account to get started. Your reading history is saved when you login, making it easy to continue conversations from any device. KEY FEATURES: -Easily discover content searching by publication name, interest, country, or language preference -Read publications and stories just as they appear in print -Read full stories in an attention-grabbing, horizontal news stream in text view mode -Personalize your news feed with specific sections from publications to build your own newspaper or magazine -Download full issues for offline reading -Instantly translate stories in up to 16 languages -Listen to stories with on-demand narration -Find stories on your topic with advanced search across multiple publications -Bookmark articles for later reading, reference or sharing -Comment on articles and make your opinions heard -Vote on articles to show support or opposition of viewpoints -Print full-content pages or articles -Copy and paste entire articles into other applications Connect with us! Twitter: @PressReader Facebook: YouTube: LinkedIn: Blog: FAQs and Support -- -Subscriptions are available on a monthly basis at a cost of $39.99 -Subscription payment is charged to a user’s iTunes account at confirmation of purchase -(Optional) Monthly subscriptions will auto-renew unless the feature is set to off at least 24 hours before the current subscription period ends -Renewals will be charged to your iTunes account 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period -(Optional) Auto-renewals may be turned off by navigating to your account settings after subscription purchase -Subscription cancellation is unavailable during an active subscription period



  • Black screen on MacOS Mojave

    By AlterKaker
    Useless- you can't see aything. Needs to be compatible with MacOS 10.14
  • Does not work on Catalina

    By Paolo 036
    Pressreader is not updated to Catalina IOS 64 bit.
  • Not Compatible with Catalina

    By cchoffme
    Installs but will not launch on OSX Catalina.
  • Doesn't accept password

    By auxarcswoman
    Entered Apple ID and password. Said they're not authorized. This and the fact that it barely works with Mojave, the last OS with 32-bit compatibility, well, 'bye-'bye.
  • Getting error all the time

    By alfmorten
    Every time i start it up i get an error. "Unable to find the activation or the activation was disabled."
  • Does not work

    By catmichael
    Does not work on my MacBook Air. Wish it did, but alas, it does not.
  • Buggy, bad user experience, bad design

    By flumignan
    Just aweful. I would fire all their developers and start completely over from scratch. Poor design, poor coding, complete disregard for the Apple ecosystem.
  • no audio under El Capitan

    By g00dfellow
    I suppose the "new" app only works in High Sierra? No audio is available in El Capitan: articles appear to load in the audio window, the "play" button in the interface is greyed out. No options or preferences are available to the user. Waste of time and effort.
  • Couldn’t download anything.

    By DLHinSF
    It didn’t work. On the app, feedback doesn’t work.
  • Useless on my Mac

    By EarlScheib99.99
    My local public library offers free access to library members, but only while on the library premises. So I can use PressReader for free on my iPhone or iPad while at the library. The desktop application wouldn’t let me use my library credentials or even create a new account! BTW, although the developers say they’ve updated the application to work with High Sierra, upon launching the desktop application for the first time, a warning popped up notifying me that as a 32-bit application, this won’t work with future versions of the Mac operating system. Too bad — but I’ll give the iOS version a try.