The Jericho Public Library is proud to introduce the Zinio Digital Magazine Collection. 
If you have an account please log in here. If you are new to Zinio follow the instructions below:
Zinio is an online magazine subscription service. Through the use of Zinio you can access full publications on your Computer, Tablet or Smart Phone. The publications you will have access to will be the same as if you were reading the print copy, including advertisements.

Current Publications Available:
American Craft
American Girl Magazine
Apple Magazine
Audubon Magazine
Bird Watching
Bloomberg Businessweek
Car and Driver
Cook’s Illustrated
Cycle World
Eating Light
ESPN The Magazine
Everyday with Rachael Ray
Family Fun
Family Handyman
Fit Pregnancy
Food Network Magazine
Gluten-Free Living
Good Housekeeping
Harper’s Bazaar
House Beautiful
Interweave Knits
iphone Life
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
Knitter’s Magazine
Ladies’ Home Journal (Only Back Issues)
Marie Claire
Martha Stewart Living
Men’s Fitness
Men’s Health
Motor Trend
The Nation
National Geographic Interactive
National Geographic Traveler
New Scientist
New York Review of Books
O: Oprah Magazine
Organic Gardening
Popular Photography
Popular Science
Reader’s Digest
Road & Track
Rolling Stone
Runner’s World
Ski Magazine
Smithsonian Magazine
Sound & Vision
Town & Country
Traditional Home
Us Weekly
Utne Reader
Vegetarian Times
VIV Magazine
Weight Watchers
Women’s Health
Working Mother
Yoga Journal
Please note: Consumer Reports has ceased to participate with Zinio.  The Jericho Public Library is pleased to offer patrons the Consumer Reports Database where you can read articles from Consumer Reports Magazine and access archived material. Click here to go directly to Consumer Reports.


Zinio Instructions

NOTE: You will need to create 2 accounts: One for the library and one for Zinio.  The same account information may be used for both.

Library Account Creation

  1. Click HERE to access the JPL Zinio login page.
  2. Click “Create Account” if you are a new user.
  3. Enter your library barcode number and click “Next”.
  4. Enter your Email address, password and name.
  5. Click on “Create Account”.  A message will read “Email has been sent to you”.
  6. Check your Email for a confirmation and then click on the activation link before proceeding (message will read “You have successfully confirmed your account and may now login using your account credentials.”)
  7. Your library account has been created.  You now need to follow the instructions below to return to the JPL login page to continue.

Zinio Account Creation & Adding Publications to Zinio

  1. Click HERE to be taken to the JPL login page.
  2. Type the Email and password you used to create your library account, then click “Login.”
  3. You will then see the JPL’s list of magazine subscriptions.  Click on the cover of the magazine you wish to access.
  4. You will be taken to a screen to create a Zinio account, enter the information requested and click “Continue” (If you already have a Zinio account click on “If you already have an account, sign in here”).  The publication will be added to your Zinio library page.
  5. When taken to the personal preference page, you may either click on “Continue to answer” or “Skip this step”.
  6. You will now be taken to the library home page to read your magazine by clicking on it or go back to the library’s collection and add more publications to your account.
  7. At this point, download the Zinio App for your mobile device and sign in using the Email address and password you have created.

Future issues of a publication checked out will not automatically be received.  Please return to the library’s collection home page and check it out.

Downloading Apps for Your Devices

Zinio magazines may be read on a wide variety of apps available for many mobile devices.  Click on the device that best suits your needs to download your free app now:

PC  |  Mac  |  iPhone  |  iPad  |  Android  |  Kindle Fire  |  Blackberry Playbook

For the Jericho Library’s Zinio pamphlet, click here.

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