Apple's iOS devices have a simple, intuitive interface that makes it easy to set up your software so that you can get to the business at hand: enjoying your downloads!
Android devices come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, and some don't identify themselves as Android. The trick to knowing if yours is an Android device is simple: if it doesn't have an Apple, Windows or BlackBerry logo on it, it's almost certainly an Android!
Examples of Android devices:
Windows 10 is the operating system you'll find on most new laptops; it's also found on a whole range of Windows tablets.
How-To Guide for PressReader for Windows 8 or 10 under development. Please stay tuned!
eReaders or "eInk" devices are popular for their lightweight design and long battery life. These simpler devices tend not to have software installed on them that knows how to open and unlock Library eBook files. To load library eBooks onto this type of reader you'll need to use a desktop or laptop computer as an intermediary, using software installed on your computer to transfer the eBook files by USB cable to your device.
If you don't have a mobile device, you're not left out! You can enjoy many of our services on your home computer - including some that aren't available on mobile devices! Some of these require software, but many do not!