Integrate w/Google currents After a couple of trials, gave up! This fragmented arrangement is very silly and inconvenient. Not to mention that it harkens to pdf era. Why not integrate subscriptions into Google currents? All user preferences as well as font, layout, readability, TOC, ... Do that and you will have me.
Great journal - awful formatting Fantastic magazine/journal, however I have cancelled my subscription due to poor formatting which makes the whole reading experience on a tablet cumbersome and not especially enjoyable (the opposite of reading, surely). A shame.
Reflows text but can't copy passages for quoting It's better than a PDF in that there is a "view text" mode but it's not possible to quote passages e.g. for a blog post. Therefore the online subscription at the web site makes more sense.
Too hard to read I cancelled my trial subscription before I was charged because the font was too small on my Nexus 7. Basically, this is just an exact copy of the paper edition pages. I plan to check back on this at some point in the future to see if they are formatting the content for the digital world. If so, I'm interested and was ready to pay the quoted price.
Valuable perspectives, internationalist values. Foreign Affairs features excellent political essays with a focus on American foreign policy but a global perspective. Though many of the articles are biased in some fashion, its distinguished contributors come from across the ideological spectrum. Published rebuttals and rejoinders also lend perspective to selected pieces.
What about existing subscribers? My subscription includes everything though I can use it in Android!! I have to pay again! It is a disgrace for such a unique magazine to not have proper support in the Android world.