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PressReader [English translation]

Opdateret 5/12/2023

PressReader provides access to more than 7,000 newspapers and magazines from around the world. Usually the publications cost money, but if you log in to PressReader from the library's wireless internet or with your library login, there is access to all the content.

Once you have been on the library's wireless network, which is a PressReader Hotspot, or you have logged in with your library login, there is access for 72 hours, after which you must log in again.

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PressReader contains a wide selection of more than 7000 newspapers and magazines from 100 different countries and in 60 languages.

Newspapers and magazines are displayed in their original appearance and all details are preserved. There is up to 90 days of archive and it is possible to search newspapers by country, language or title.

Read newspapers and magazines via the PressReader app or on a PC.

With PressReader you can:

  • read or listen to news stories and articles from your favorite sources, and discover new ones from around the world.
  • switch between the original print view and a mobile-friendly text view.
  • translate to 18 different languages.
  • PressReader via app

The PressReader app can be downloaded for free for Android and iOS (iPhone and iPad).

In the app you can download newspapers for later reading offline and activate unlimited access for 72 hours.

Get access for 72 hours:

  1. Open the PressReader app
  2. Select 'Log in'
  3. Select 'Libraries and groups
  4. Under ‘select Library or Group’, search for the name of the library municipality
  5. Log in with CPR + PIN code
  6. There is now access for 72 hours, after which you must log in again.

Create a user profile if you want to save your favorites across devices.

PressReader outside Denmark has several Danish dailies

During stays abroad, there is access to Danish dailies. To access these, find a local PressReader hotspot via the HotSpot map.

You can see the HotSpot map here

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Go to PressReader.com via the library's Wifi

If you are at the library, and are logged in to the library's wifi, the PressReader page should look something like the picture. The same applies if you have been logged in within 72 hours.

Log in without personal profile (PC and apps)

If you are not at the library or another PressReader Hotspot, you must use your library login to gain access to newspapers and magazines. Press "Sign in" or "Log in". Select "Libraries Groups" or "Libraries and Groups". Then select your local library, by starting to write the name of it - then it should appear. Then enter your cpr.nr. and PIN code for the library.

The PressReader app

You download the PressReader app where you usually get apps from (eg in the App Store or Google Play).

The app is free.

If you want, you can make a profile with an email-adress and password or with your Facebook or Google account. It is usefull, if you want to use PressReader on moore than one divice.

Log in to your phone app if you have a personal profile.

For access outside the library's Wi-Fi, you must log in with your library login quite often. This also applies if you have created a personal profile with a username and code - like Mette in the film.

1. Open the app and select "more" if your app is in English.

2. Select "Accounts"

Log in to your phone app if you have a personal profile

3. Select "PressReader (your name)"

Log in to your phone app if you have a personal profile

4. Somewhere down the page is "Library and Group". Select it.

Log in to your phone app if you have a personal profile

5. Press "Select Library or Group" and start typing the name of your local library. Then you can log in with cpr.nr and pin code.

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