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App Review: PressReader

PressReader is one of the few apps out there that go above and beyond what is advertised. The app has most major publications from around the world. Press reader is on on almost every mobile format from Android to iPhone and more. PressReader means you can have all your publications with no compromises in quality.

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PressReader is one of the few apps out there that go above and beyond what is advertised. The app has most major  publications from around the world.
Press reader is on on almost every mobile format from Android to iPhone and more. PressReader means you can have all your publications with no compromises in quality. The large screen of a tablet like the iPad works best if you want to read the paper. If you are on the go in the morning like me, I suggest that you use the iPhone. I use the app like a podcast. Every morning on the drive or metro to work. It reads me USA Today. Before I was only able to fit sections into my day.  Now I can hear the who thing read. PressReader has auto-delivery of newspaper and magazine subscriptions. With over 2,300 newspapers and magazines from 97 countries in 55 languages, you will find something to read.

 

Pro: 2,300 newspapers and magazines from 97 countries in 55 languages. PressReader is the best app of its kind.

Con: You need internet connection for PressReader to read you the publications. It would be helpful for those that ride to metro or subway to not have to steam content.

Cost: Free to play up to $29.95 to commit.

Aye/Nay: This is a Aye. This is a slick easy to use program that has mountains of content. $0 to start, it’s worth it.

iTunes Link: PressReader

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