Okay but disappointed I like the magazine and currently receive the print copy, however I found all the interactive features in the magazine more annoying than helpful. The interactive features make it a hunt to find everything including the main articles. Also, because of the interactive features you can't zoom in on anything on a Nexus tablet which I like to do with an eye candy magazine like this. I wish they had just left out the interactive features and just show the magazine like all the other magazines with simple paging and zooming. If you read it from your laptop computer with a browser then you get just the simple paging and zooming so its okay from a laptop but in a tablet its just annoying. I'm giving it only 3 stars instead of 5 because I really don't want to look at this magazine on my tablet because of the irritation. Note some readers may not even find the main articles and pictures. I didn't the first time through. The magazine looked like just a bunch of ads, but I knew better.
Horrible. Unreadable. Print magazines are gorgeous, I've had them for years. App on iOS is fantastic. App on Android is horrible. 1. Cannot access past issues like I could on ipad. 2. Layout does not fit my Samsung GS4, leaving huge gaps at top and bottom. 3. Navigation is a nighmare.
Architectural Digest Could not get it on my Android tablet at ALL. Way too confusing - get it in print already and thought it would be nice to take with me on the plane to read. Oh well....
Architectural digest No matter what price range home you live in, you can always use some of the great ideas in this publication. If nothing else it is a great inspiration.
Android app I can't even get to the launch page. I'll never know whether I like this or not.
More fashion than architecture As an architect, I was expecting this magazine to be about architecture and design. Not fashion and decorating. It is basically hgtv interior decorating disguised as architecture.