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Review Breakdown

PressReader Review Breakdowns

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Media Type Video
First Seen 14 days ago
Last Seen 2 days ago
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ASO Keywords

Keyword Rank
reader 1
journal le soleil 2
magazines 3
magazine 4
zinio 5

Downloads

Jun, 2020
Worldwide
1K

Revenue

Jun, 2020
Worldwide
$6K

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Description

PressReader is the best way to read magazines and newspapers on your phone or tablet. Find your favorite titles and discover new ones from around the world. Save a collection of stories and schedule easy, automatic deliveries. Download complete issues and toggle between the original page view and a mobile-optimized text view. Plus, bring it all to life with listening mode, one-touch translation, and dynamic commenting. Subscribe to get unlimited access to every title in the catalog. Or, get access to PressReader without a subscription by visiting one of our HotSpot partners. “If you love newspapers but hate inky fingers and creepy delivery people, you might be interested in taking a gander at PressReader” – TECHCRUNCH “PressReader delivers an authentic multi-platform newspaper-reading experience” – TNW “I found it especially useful for keeping up with international news, which often offers viewpoints you won’t find in US media.” – LIFEHACKER “Anyone with even a passing interest in the news should give PressReader a try” – CNET “A sleeping giant in the digital media landscape” – INC. Terms of Use: www.pressreader.com/help/termsofuse Privacy Policy: www.pressreader.com/help/privacypolicy Support - Translations area available in up to 16 different languages - Subscriptions are available for US$29.99/monthly (or a similar amount in local currencies) - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - Monthly subscription payment is charged to a user’s iTunes account at confirmation of purchase - Monthly subscriptions will renew automatically unless renewals are disabled in account settings - Renewals will be charged to your iTunes account 24 hours before the end of the subscription period TOP TITLES NEWSPAPERS: The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Guardian Australia, National Post, Los Angeles Times, New York Post, The Globe and Mail, The Herald, The Irish Times, China Daily, USA Today, Le Figaro, Le Journal de Montreal, El Pais, The Daily Herald, The Daily Telegraph BUSINESS & NEWS: Newsweek, Forbes, Robb Report, Business Traveler, The Monthly, Bloomberg Business Week, FastCompany, Inc. FASHION: Vogue, Vogue Hommes, Elle, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Esquire, Numbero ENTERTAINMENT: Variety, Q, Empire, Top Gear LIFESTYLE & TRAVEL: Lonely Planet, Esquire, Canadian Geographic, Marie Claire, Maxim, DNA FOOD & HOME: Clean Eating, Canadian Living, Parents SPORTS & FITNESS: Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Yoga Journal, Runner's World TECHNOLOGY & GAMING: PC Gamer, Popular Science, Science Illustrated, T3

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Reviews

Do not like recent update
Love the app please fix on 2020-07-10
I’ve been using PressReader for a few years now, and in general I love it. The most recent update is irritating me though, as it is now limiting the number of screenshots that I can take in a magazine or newspaper. I get that some people may be abusing this, and I understand the warning, however there is an assumption that anyone taking screenshots is abusing the magazine, when I am doing it for my own personal use. For example, I recently decided to try cross stitching as something new to do during the pandemic. I downloaded a cross stitch magazine, chose a pattern to try, then took screenshots of the design so that I could send it to my computer to print (I cannot print directly from the iPad). I got the pattern, but I can’t get the instructions! The iPad screen is too small for me to work from, not to mention that the screen keeps blacking out, so I guess I will not be doing the cross stitch. I have also used screenshots to print recipes so that I can cook them, and even to take screen shots of book recommendations or ads of things that I want to purchase. I do understand that some people abuse these things, but don’t treat us all as abusers. Besides, I am sure that the true abusers will find a way around this soon enough, so only the legitimate users will be inconvenienced. If I bought a paper copy of the magazine I could copy it and distribute it, tear pages out to keep, etc. I will have to seriously rethink using pressreader if this continues. Thank you for the response. Can I suggest an alternative of adding a unique hidden digital identifier to the screenshot that lets you know which account it came from? That way legitimate users are not inconvenienced, but you will actually be able to track down abusers if they distribute their screenshots. Meanwhile, I read my favourite cooking magazine last night, and I have seven recipes I want to try but can only print 3 of them...
Do not like recent update
Love the app please fix on 2020-07-10
I’ve been using PressReader for a few years now, and in general I love it. The most recent update is irritating me though, as it is now limiting the number of screenshots that I can take in a magazine or newspaper. I get that some people may be abusing this, and I understand the warning, however there is an assumption that anyone taking screenshots is abusing the magazine, when I am doing it for my own personal use. For example, I recently decided to try cross stitching as something new to do during the pandemic. I downloaded a cross stitch magazine, chose a pattern to try, then took screenshots of the design so that I could send it to my computer to print (I cannot print directly from the iPad). I got the pattern, but I can’t get the instructions! The iPad screen is too small for me to work from, not to mention that the screen keeps blacking out, so I guess I will not be doing the cross stitch. I have also used screenshots to print recipes so that I can cook them, and even to take screen shots of book recommendations or ads of things that I want to purchase. I do understand that some people abuse these things, but don’t treat us all as abusers. Besides, I am sure that the true abusers will find a way around this soon enough, so only the legitimate users will be inconvenienced. If I bought a paper copy of the magazine I could copy it and distribute it, tear pages out to keep, etc. I will have to seriously rethink using pressreader if this continues.
Press reader
Sawsi-75 on 2020-07-10
Lumpy to log in. Need to log in each time Difficult to turn pages

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