What is an eMagazine or digital magazine?
An eMagazine or digital magazine is a full version digital copy of a magazine that can be read on a computer, tablet or other mobile device. Patrons may use our Zinio service to download free digital magazines from the library.
How to create a Library Zinio Account?
Note: Your Library Zinio e-mail and password combination is also the same login for another library database, Transparent Language Online .
How to install the Zinio For Libraries App? For iPad and Android Devices.
How to install the Zinio App? For Kindle Fire Devices.
Note: These instructions are only for Amazon Kindle Fire/HD/HDX devices.
How to checkout digital magazines?
How to remove magazines from your Zinio Collection?
Frequently Asked Questions
What magazines are currently available for check out?
As of July 2016, the library's Zinio collection includes: Allrecipes, Allure, American Patchwork & Quilting, Backpacker, Better Homes and Gardens, Birds & Blooms, Bon Appetit, Cabin Living, Car and Drive, Clean Eating, Cloth Paper Scissors, Cooking with Paula Deen, Cook's Country, Cook's Ilustrated, Cosmopolitan, Country Living, Diabetic Living, Discover, Do It Yourself, Dr. Oz The Good Life, Dwell, EatingWell, ELLE, ELLE DECOR, ESPN The Magazine, Esquire, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Family Circle, Family Handyman, Family Tree, First for Women, Food Network Magazine, Glamour, Gluten-Free Living, Good Housekeeping, GQ, Grit, Guideposts, Harper's Bazaar, HGTV Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, House Beautiful, In Touch Weekly, iPhone Life, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Life & Style Weekly, Marie Claire, Martha Stewart Living, Men's Fitness, Men's Health, Mental_floss, Midwest Living, Mother Earth News, National Geographic Interactive, National Geographic Traveler Interactive, Newsweek, O The Oprah Magazine, OK! Magazine, Outside, Oxygen, PC Magazine, PC World, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Prevention, Reader's Digest, Redbook, Rodale's Organic Life, Runner's World, SELF, Seventeen, Shape, Smithsonian Magazine, Soap Opera Digest, Spirituality & Health Magazine, Star Magazine, Taste of Home, Taste of Home Cooking School, Taste of Home Holiday, Teen Vogue, Town & Country, Traditional Home, TV Guide Magazine, Vegetarian Times, Vogue, Weight Watchers, Woman's Day, Women's Health, WOOD Magazine, and Yoga Journal.
Will I have to place a hold request for popular titles?
No. Issues are always available for checkout.
How many magazines can I check out?
There is no limit. Check out as many issues as you want and keep them as long as you wish.
Once I checkout a magazine, will I continue to receive new issues?
No. You do not automatically receive new issues of a title after initially checking out a magazine. To obtain the next issue, you will need to back to the Clark County Public Library’s Zinio Magazine Collection page and check out the new issue.
Do I have to return magazine titles once they are downloaded to my device?
No. Downloaded magazines will remain on your device until you decide to delete them. To remove Zinio titles, click on the Edit button in the Zinio app, or go to My Collection on the library's Zinio Magazine Collection page to delete magazines.
How much space will a downloaded magazine take on my device?
The typical magazine is 30-50 MB. Some magazines, like National Geographic Interactive, are 50-100 MB.
Schedule a free 60 minute one-one-one training session with a library staff member. Training sessions are for adults and by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please fill out the One-on-One eReader/Tablet Training Session form and turn it in at the Reference desk or at any Clark County Public Library location.