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Posted: Monday, April 21, 2014 4:45 am

More and more patrons are turning to libraries for digital services like e-books, music downloads, and same-day digital newspapers and magazines. Additionally, apps at libraries are becoming more common as libraries attempt to appeal to the tech-savvy Millennial demographic.

Phoenix Public Library has caught on. It just expanded its digital collection with more than 2,000 same-day newspapers and magazines from around the world — via PressDisplay.

PressDisplay is an all-you-can-read library that gives patrons access to thousands of newspapers and magazines from around the world with one simple login, either via mobile devices or computers. PressDisplay offers readers the convenience of the news they want online or offline anytime, anywhere. PressDisplay provides completely full content of the publications available across platforms and devices.

The translation feature of PressDisplay lets Phoenix Public Library patrons translate up to 14 different languages — all while at the library.

For more information, visit the Phoenix Public Library's website. Those interested in the service will need a Phoenix library card to access it.

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