IPPL offers free e-magazines to our cardholders that can be read on computers, tablets, or smart phones, through Zinio, a digital magazine provider. All you need is an IPPL card and an email address. To get started, click here to go to the IPPL Zinio page.

  • Click on the cover of the magazine you would like to read.
  • Log in if you already have an account, or create a new account by filling in all the blanks.
  • NOTE: Zinio also sells magazines subscriptions to the public. If you already have a personal Zinio account, use the same info to set up your IPPL Zinio account.
  • Now, complete checkout.
  • To add another magazine, click on the RETURN TO LIBRARY COLLECTION PAGE tab in your browser.

Hozinioipadw can I read the magazines on my computer?
You can read them right away from your browser while you're online. To read offline, install Zinio Desktop Reader.

How can I read the magazines on a tablet or smartphone?
Download the Zinio app to read magazines on your tablet or smartphone, after you set up your IPPL Zinio account.

Zinio has apps for the iPad, iPhone, and Android devices. For the Kindle Fire, click here for details. Currently, there is no Zinio app for Barnes & Noble's Nook devices.

 

My accounts are all set up. Do I use my app or IPPL to get new magazines?

Always choose your magazine through IPPL's website. You read the magazine using your Zinio Reader app.

Do I have to return the magazines? How long can I keep them?
One of the greatest features of Zinio is that once you download a magazine, you may keep it. However, when you select a magazine, you are not getting a subscription - just a single issue. You will need to add each month's issue from the IPPL Zinio page.

Why do I need two accounts?

Your IPPL Zinio account lets you access the magazines that IPPL has selected. Your Zinio.com account allows you to purchase magazines and personalize your own collection, view online or offline. Magazines added from IPPL's collection and those purchased through Zinio will show up in your Zinio.com account.

What magazines are available from the Library?

Astronomy

Backpacker

Beadwork

Bicycling

Bird Watching

Bloomberg Businessweek

Car and Driver

Chicago Magazine

Cloth Paper Scissors

Consumer Reports (through 2/14)

Cosmopolitan

Country Gardens

Country Living

Cruising World

Cycle World

Discover

Do It Yourself

Dwell

Eating Well

Economist

Elle

Elle Décor

ESPN Magazine

Esquire

Every Day with Rachael Ray

Family Circle

Family Handyman

Field & Stream

 
Finescale Modeler

Flying

Food Network Magazine

Forbes

Girl's Life

Gluten-Free Living

Good Housekeeping

Harvard Business Review (through 2/14)

House Beautiful

Interweave Knits

iPhone Life

Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Ladies Home Journal (through July/August 2014)

Macworld

Marie Claire

Martha Stewart Living

Men's Fitness

Men's Journal

Mother Earth News

Motor Trend

National Geographic

Natural Health

New York Review of Books

Newsweek

Nylon

O the Oprah Magazine

Organic Gardening

Outside

 
PC Magazine

Popular Mechanics

Popular Photography

Popular Science

Prevention

Reader's Digest

Redbook

Rolling Stone

Runner's World

Seventeen

Shape

Shop Smart (through 1/14)

Ski

Smithsonian Magazine

Star

Taste of Home

Town and Country

Traditional Home

Trains

US Weekly

Veranda

Weight Watchers

Woman's Day

Woman's Health

Wood

Working Mother

Writer

Yoga Journal