PressReader Simplifies Digital Newspapers
This morning I found myself grabbing my iPad to read the newspaper. Why? I have been testing out a phenomenal newspaper app reader called PressReader and it’s quite possibly the best app I’ve used aside from the Twitter app. PressReader gave me a six month free trial of their app, but it hasn’t taken me nearly that long to realize how wonderful this newspaper reader is.
I have always been a huge newspaper lover, but as we have increasingly moved to a digital age I never pick up a newspaper because I can read everything online and I cannot stand to get newsprint on my fingertips. PressReader has magically married full content newspapers with a mobile format and so for me (someone who has always inhaled newspapers up until about five years ago) I am reading even more news. With over 2000 newspapers from around the world you can read anything you’d like and still feel like you’re holding a newspaper in your hand.
Let’s take a look.
One of the things I love about PressReader is you can set the app to automatically download the newspapers you select, so when you wake up in the morning they are ready to read.
I have tried to use several newspaper readers but this one is the best I have tried because it allows me to really see the newspaper pages. In so doing, PressReader understood that there are people who still love reading the newspaper, but can’t because of time and how dirty it is to hold the pages. They hit this app out the box.
Keep in mind, PressReader is not free. You can purchase individual newspaper downloads at $.99 or you can purchase a month subscription with unlimited downloads for $29.95.
PressReader is available for Apple, Blackberry, Windows, HoneyComb, Android.