Great content. Bad app. Unfortunately, I cannot make notes or highlight key phrases that I think are important or worth remembering. Instead I have to jot them down in a notebook or copy and paste to Evernote. Lame!
Rip Off Absolutely ditto comments of Tollie. Greed is destroying the soul of this country, don't buy into it. Try something different, like being fair, proud of your labor, and expect an equitable return. The point is charging print prices for digital media is thievery, plain and simple.
It is discounted! And worth it!! People complaining about a $10.99 price obviously have never subscribed to the print magazine. It runs about $100 for a year... so you decide is its still well worth it? I get both.
Price? I fail to understand digital media that wishes to try and impose their print price on a new market. Since there is virtually no distribution cost, why not lower the price and have a greater circulation while maintaining the same revenue? One would think that if the authors truly believe in their work, they would want to see it have a greater circulation. Especially when a greater circulation means a higher value for the advertisers.
Twice the price as on kindle Doubled price from kindle addition and an unusable and unappealing app. Very disappointed in play options and going with kindle version.
Content is to restricted The digital HBR magazine is nice, but the restricted nature of the content is disappointing. Sure would be great to share the thought provoking articles with colleagues.