Good magazine, bad readability on small tablets As of 3-24-13, you can't increase the font size, nor can you zoom. Kiplinger is much more readable on a small tablet since you can adjust font size, plus you can read it on a PC as well. Money needs to make the font size adjustable or better yet, have an FONT ADJUSTABLE scrollable article view that makes the magazine more readable for the folks with presbyopia. THE NON-ADJUSTABLE FONT IS WAY TOO SMALL!
Bad Format The way the articles are laid out is a bit confusing at first which is annoying. Often times it won't scroll or swipe to add to your frustration. It's like they tried too hard and fell short. K.I.S.S.
Great format online or in print Great magazine. I like it better than Forbes or the old Smart Money magazines. The online layout is very well done. Zooming doesn't work well since it breaks the ability to scroll. Would be nice if the screen would rotate. Nexus 5.1.0
Interactive is not my cup of tea I really enjoy the print version of the magazine and expected the same on the digital version. I've come to expect this from the other 4-5 Google play magazine subscriptions I currently have. What I found is that the format is really odd. It's supposed to be interactive but I find it very confusing and in many cases missing images or content that is in the print version. It's totally not the same experience and most certainly not for the best.
Terrible Readability I enjoy the content but the design needs A LOT of work. I bought an issue last year, and it had a ton of white space on the pages. This year, the design is very confusing and difficult to read. Will not buy another issue.
One stars are just unjustified Amazing to read love the tablet extras. For those who say the layout is difficult to understand are obviously idiots who expect this to be like the physical magazines. Again you all are idiots. -thank you Gio