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Digital magazines are now available in the RBDigital apps.
The Zinio for Libraries app will be discontinued on December 11, 2017. The digital magazine website will remain available until the RBdigital site includes the magazine content.

 


Login Now (returning users)
or
For a new account to access eMagazines, please register as a new user at RBdigital and select your preferred mobile app.

 

What is Zinio?

Zinio is a digital magazine service that allows you to read any of the full color magazines in the collection at any time.
These magazines are exactly like the print magazine, many with with bonus interactive features.
View the magazines on a variety of devices, and download for offline reading.


To use Zinio for Libraries

You will need your WYLD library card number and PIN to create an RB Digital account (if you are not in a library building).
    click here if you don't know your PIN

  Browse the magazine collection and select the magazines you want to read.

  The magazine will open in the Zinio for Libraries app on your device or in the web browser on your computer.
*After December 11, 2017, the Zinio for Libraries app will no longer be available.

 

Apps for Zinio:

Select your preferred RBdigital app

 

Need Help? - Contact Recorded Books Support

 

Zinio/RBDigital Magazines - app migration

The Zinio for Libraries app will be discontinued on December 11, 2017. View the Frequent Questions about this migration.
Current users of the app have been seeing a message notifying them of the change since July 2017. Users must install the RBdigital app to continue to access digital magazines after December 11. All currently checked out magazines will remain on accounts, but will need to be re-downloaded. The message that will be displayed when the Zinio for Libraries app opens is:
"Zinio for Libraries has merged with RBdigital. To access your magazine collection, please download the new RBdigital app now by clicking here*. Note: Your username and password will remain the same."