eMagazines and eNewspapers


A wide range of popular eMagazines and eNewspapers are now available on Borrowbox. So you can read and listen to the latest eBook and eAudio titles, and read your favourite newspapers and magazines all on the same app.

How to use BorrowBox

  • Register for the Borrowbox App

Download the BorrowBox app on your device from App Store or Google Play. Select Herefordshire Library Service and enter your library card number and PIN. Change your account details under ‘Settings’.  

  • Search, browse and download

Borrow and read up to six eMagazines or eNewspapers at a time. You can also subscribe to titles to get the latest edition downloaded to your device automatically. Expired loans are automatically deleted, so there are no overdue charges.    

For more help visit the BorrowBox help centre and sign in to your account. Or email support@bolindadigital.com


Read or listen to digital editions of the world’s most popular newspapers and magazines using PressReader.

Choose from thousands of publications and enjoy your favourites everywhere you go. You can save articles, schedule automatic downloads, translate publications into different languages, and much more.

It’s simple and easy to use, just download the dedicated PressReader app from your app store or visit the PressReader website.

This service is provided in partnership with Ledbury Library Development Group and Ross Library Development Group.

How to use PressReader


  • App - Install the PressReader app on your device from your app store
  • Online - Visit pressreader.com

Then 'sign in' and create an account using 'Library or Group'. Search for "Herefordshire Libraries" then enter your library card number, which is the 8 digit number on the front of your library card, and when asked for your password, enter your PIN, to link it to your account.


Search, browse and discover the great collection of titles by category or name.


Download the full edition of the newspaper or magazine instantly. You can choose to auto-download future editions of your favourite titles.

For more help visit the PressReader help centre