If you are a member of Westminster libraries, you will be able to borrow and download ebooks, emagazines, enewspapers and audiobooks for free straight to a dedicated app on your tablet, phone, ebook reader or computer.
Library members can borrow ebooks for free. You will be able to read the ebooks via an app on your computer, tablet, phone or ereader.
Browse, borrow and return ebooks via the Cloud Library website in a browser:
You can borrow up to four ebooks for 14 days. You can also reserve 2 more: when these become available, they will be kept for 3 days.
Whilst you can browse for books online, you will need the dedicated app to download and read them.
You will not be able to download ebooks using a Westminster library computer or any Kindle product except for the Kindle Fire (see Instructions for Cloud Library on Kindle Fire).
With over 6,000 publications from over 100 countries in over 60 languages, PressReader is the leading digital newspaper and magazine provider for premium content.
Libraries members can access 1000s of magazines and newspapers in libraries and on personal devices.
Read titles like the National Post, The Guardian, Washington Post, Vogue, Forbes and much more from all over the world.
The new PressReader platform lets you customise your reading experience, gain international perspectives and engage with topics of interest.
Library members can access user guides, video tips and more on the PressReader Help Center website.
Read full digital copies of magazines for free using Westminster libraries' Zinio emagazine service on your computer, smartphone or tablet.
48 different magazine titles are available ranging from The Economist to BBC Good Food and much more.
Zinio is available at any time and there is no limit to the number of magazines you can check out or how long you have them. You can also adjust the magazine font size to suit your needs.
If you are already registered, go to Zinio to view the collection.
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You can borrow audiobooks in a range of formats from your library and members can also download audiobooks for free. In the online collection there are over 600 best-selling titles including great self-help books and novels for children and teenagers.
You need a computer with broadband to download your chosen audiobooks. You can then play them on your computer or transfer them to your MP3 player or smartphone.
To get started you will need to sign up to the service:
When you set up an account, the information you provide is only used to identify you at log in and we do not share this information.
You can get more detailed information on how to download, renew or return audiobooks on the OneClick Digital help page.