PressDisplay is the world’s largest online newspaper and magazine kiosk, offering instant access to over 1700 publications from 92 countries in 48 languages.

Popular with millions of consumers worldwide, it also provides thousands of libraries, hotels, government and corporate clients with the widest range of full content publications on the web.

Whether you want to:

  • Browse your favorite newspapers from around the world
  • Search for topics of interest
  • Monitor the printed media for your company, competitors’ or partners’ names
  • Listen to a newspaper on your computer or mobile device
  • Translate articles into multiple languages
  • Share stories with friends
  • Post articles on social networks
  • Or download, disconnect and read all your favorite publications offline brings it altogether in a website that makes you want to grab a cup of coffee and enjoy a leisurely hour with your favorite newspapers and magazines.

As the most environmentally-friendly and convenient way for readers to read their favorite publications at home, at work, while they commute or travel, it not only provides the largest aggregated site of the world’s most prestigious publications, it enhances the reading experience with powerful digital features, such as:

Anywhere/anytime access

Read full content digital replicas on your PC, Mac, Smartphone, Blackberry, iPhone, iPod Touch and the latest eReaders.

News your way

Customize the home page to suit your preferences. Have your favorite papers delivered to your inbox often before they hit the newsstand. Read articles in graphics or text views; flip through pages and zoom in for a closer look.

Multi-lingual support

Access through English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish or Arabic user interfaces. Instantly translate articles in up to 12 different languages.

On-demand audio

Listen to the news on your computer or mobile device.

Article sharing

Email stories to friends or post articles on your blog and social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Digg or Delicious.


Vote on the quality of an article or share your opinion about its content right in the newspaper itself. It’s just like writing an “instant letter to the editor”.

Automatic membership in the PressDisplay Referral Program

Earn money simply by sharing articles by email or through your blog. No contract required. 

Powerful Information Management and Research Tools

Access back issues up to 60 days or bookmark your favorite articles and pages for future access when the publication is no longer available.

Cross title search and monitoring

Search for keywords and phrases across all titles to get a cross section of opinion on a hot topic.

Monitor the printed media and be alerted by email when articles related to your topic of interest hit the presses.

Offline reading

Download your favorite publications on your PC, Mac, laptop, Tablet PC, Windows mobile device or eReader with PressReader then enjoy the digital features you’ve come to enjoy with PressDisplay while you’re disconnected from the Internet.

  1. Greg
    December 15, 2010 at 10:02 am

    I wish to share press display articles on my Yahoo pulse blog but this one is not in the default list. Can this be done?

    • Michael Oksinski
      December 15, 2010 at 6:08 pm

      Hi Greg,

      Thanks for your comment. You can absolutely share articles on your Yahoo Pulse blog.

      On any article, click on the Share feature as you ordinarily would, followed by the Blogger option. Then, at the bottom right (just above the Next and Cancel buttons) click the View Source checkbox. Copy all the HTML code found in the window and simply paste it into your Yahoo Pulse blog post.

      Hope this helps for now and let me know if this works.


  2. Chris
    January 22, 2011 at 8:28 pm


    I’m looking for the user manual of pressdisplay in french….


    • January 24, 2011 at 5:50 pm

      Hello Christian,

      If you switch to the French UI on (top right of screen you’ll see a drop down list) and then click on the help symbol (?) next to that, you will be taken to the User Guide/Help for all in French.


  3. Eric
    January 26, 2011 at 5:08 pm

    How many languages are currently supported in the audio translation?

    • Michael Oksinski
      January 27, 2011 at 5:41 pm

      Hi Eric. PressDisplay’s translation feature currently supports 13 languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Korea, Simplified Chinese and Swedish.

      As a general rule of thumb, most of the English language titles can be translated into the 12 other supported languages while those in other languages can only be translated into 2-4 languages (it does depend on the specific title however).

      Hope this helps!

  4. Richard Hall
    March 6, 2011 at 10:32 am


    Some newspapers, and specifically the UK Guardian and Observer newspapers, have two versions available.
    It seems the domestic version is available in multiple sections while the international version is just one.

    My main question is, does each section count as one download or each edition. If it is the former then the domestic edition will cost more (presumably for more content), while the international edition can be considered concise.

    Many thanks in advance

    P.S. I have used the demo downloads and I am using an iPad

    • Michael Oksinski
      March 7, 2011 at 10:16 pm

      Hi Richard,
      Once you downloaded the main publication of any publication (including the UK Guardian and Observer newspapers), you will be able to download all supplements included with these publication free of charge.
      Hope that helps!

  5. Richard Hall
    March 13, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    Hi Michael,

    Finally got the time to look at a Sunday newspaper, and I confirm that you can download as many of the supplements as you wish.

    In short, this is exactly what I wanted – great product and service.

    Many thanks

  6. David Rowbottom
    March 30, 2011 at 4:54 pm

    I am very keen to subscribe, but cannot find a list of the currently supported newspapers on your site, I am particularly interested in UK papers. Can you assist please?

    • Michael Oksinski
      March 30, 2011 at 5:01 pm

      Hi David,

      Thanks for your question on the PressDisplay Blog. To view the list of UK titles available through, please visit the site at Once there, simply click on the “Select Title” button (2nd button to the right of the search bar), select “By Country” then choose UK. You will then be able to scroll through the list of available UK titles.

      Hope this helps!

  7. David Rowbottom
    March 30, 2011 at 7:12 pm

    Thanks Michael,
    that was pretty obvious, don’t know how I missed it! I can’t believe that the only UK paper not on the list is the Daily Mirror, which I would have liked to have seen. I will subscribe however, once I have decided on Android Pad or IPad. LOL.

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