Zinio for Libraries is now RBdigital Magazines and shares an app with our Classic eCollection. Enjoy both downloadable magazines and classic eBooks on your PC or mobile device. If you already have a login and password for Zinio for libraries or OneClickdigital, it will remain the same for this platform. More detailed information for current Zinio for Libraries users can be found here.
The Atlantic County Library System offers 70+ current downloadable titles, including magazine, bookazines and adult coloring books, through the RBdigital eMagazines service.
eMagazines can be read on your computer and/or downloaded on a variety of mobile devices for online and offline viewing. Enhance your reading experience with the RBdigital app for mobile devices, including those for iPad and iPhone, Android, Kindle Fire/HD/HDX1.
- Start here to create a login and password for RBdigital. Once created this will be you login for the website and the app.
- RBdigital eMagazine User Guide (printable)
- RBdigital App User Guide (printable)
- Your Zinio for Libraries login and password will remain valid for the RBdigital service.
- The Zinio for Libraries app will still be available through September 30, 2017. At that time all users should switch over to the RBdigital app for eMagazines.
Get the app!1
3 Barnes & Noble does not offer a RBdigital app for its Nook tablets and eReaders. For now, on these other Nook devices, titles can only be read while online.
For Current Zinio for Libraries users: Starting August 1, a notification within the current Zinio for Libraries app will alert you to the availability of the new RBdigital app and give you the option to download it. The message will also show a countdown for when the Zinio for Libraries app will no longer function (currently planned for Sept. 30): “Zinio for Libraries has merged with RBdigital. In X time period [the counter appears here] you will be able to access your magazine collection only on RBdigital. Please download the new RBdigital app now by clicking here. Note that your username and password will remain the same." You will also see these buttons at the bottom of the message: “Update to New App,” “Remind Me Later” and “Don’t Ask Me Again.”
When you install the RBdigital app, you can log in with the same credentials used for the Zinio for Libraries app. At the end of the countdown (currently planned for Sept. 30), the Zinio for Libraries app will be locked and users will see a message encouraging them to download the new app: “Zinio for Libraries has merged with RBdigital. To access your magazine collection, please download the new RBdigital app by clicking here. Note that your username and password will remain the same.” At that point, you cannot access magazines without downloading the new app.
The Zinio for Libraries app will remain on the device until patrons delete it. When the Zinio for Libraries app is deleted, all downloaded magazines will be removed from their device, freeing up memory. The new RBdigital app will list all previous checkouts, but those checkouts will need to be downloaded again as needed.