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Greek Parliament’s Library Offers Free PressReader Service

September 4, 2020

ATHENS — The PressReader is a new service of the Hellenic Parliament library which offers free access to over 6,000 newspapers, Greek and foreign.

The service is not just a website that collects the news but also allows users to read news items and offers browsing and search tools, translate terms and words and remembers and records personal interests, facilitating searches by users.

Those interested can access this service for free via their smartphones, tablets or their computers if they connect with the library's wifi or ethernet. The app can be downloaded for both Android or Ios from their respective marketplaces at https://www.pressreader.com.

 

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