Now Even More eMagazines & eNewspapers Available

San Mateo County Libraries is thrilled to announce that you can now access over 3,000 newspapers and 4,000 magazines through PressReader. Catch up on national news from major newspaper publications like the Chicago Tribune, opens a new window, Dallas Morning News, opens a new window and the Philadelphia Inquirer, opens a new window.  Top magazines include Newsweek, opens a new window, Vogue, opens a new window, Smithsonian, opens a new window, Top Gear, opens a new window and Popular Science, opens a new window.  It includes high-quality content from more than 120 countries in over 60 languages.

You can choose from thousands of publications, from niche content like European sports and fashion, to sport fishing and sailing. The platform offers you unlimited use of its newspapers and magazines, and the interface translates into 17 different languages. There are even keyword searches and topic alerts for your research needs.

Parents, kids and teens can also find family-focused magazines in several languages for entertainment and educational purposes. You can expect access to titles such as Highlights, opens a new window, Sports Illustrated Kids, opens a new window and parent-focused magazines.

The reading experience is seamless whether you want the full image view of a newspaper or magazine or you prefer to read an article in web format. There are also accessibility options and special features that will enhance your reading. You can download the app via the App Store, opens a new window or Google Play, opens a new window, or simply read in your web browser.

Don’t forget that you can still access eMagazines on both OverDrive Magazines and Flipster. For newspapers,  you can read the New York Times Online or access local newspapers through NewsBank.  Full-text article searching can be conducted through Newspaper Source Plus

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