Great content, wish it were widescreen/interactive I've only played around with this mag for a few hours, and while I am happy that the articles are interesting and fresh, I wish that the pages matched the former factor of my tablet's screen. Maybe the articles would be slightly easier to read after this adjustment? Also, interactive features would be nice, but they really are not deal breakers. Keep up the good work!
Pleased I've been a subscriber for many years. Nervous about the move to digital. First issue; one of the best ever. Much longer form articles, better editing, better images. Keep it up. Oh, and I didn't pay extra. Subscription was simply transferred.
Best weekly world news publication in the world! So simple. If you are looking for a quality source of unbiased world news, you can't find a publication better than Newsweek. With weekly publications, top-notch writers, the most exclusive reporter access of any print publication, and so much more - quality never wavers from issue to issue and seems to be a common degree of excellence and integrity among the writers. There is just so very many qualities that allow Newsweek to maintain its status as the best. Consistently, Newsweek earns their #1 ranking, with none among the competition ever quite able to close the gap from the #2 spot and below. If you want a weekly source of unbiased world news, there's no easier choice to make than Newsweek.
Great with good facts Ppl are just upset cause the facts trash a worthless president, but the magazine is well written, fact based and quite entertaining
It's Ok Used to be a lot more intellectual and insightful before the British editor took over...the best features were cut and the best journalists were too. Just watch Rachel Maddow on MSNBC (biased, sure, but she actually uses facts and real sources unlike Hannity etc). If you desperately need a liberal mag, Mother Jones does a bimonthly spectacular job with their own magazine. And btw, if you don't think Romney is insecure, then explain why he won't release his taxes EVEN THOUGH HE SAID HE "PAID THEM AND PAID A LOT", but still thinks President Obama will somehow "exploit" them? What. The. Heck. And don't take it out on Newsweek people, after all, like Romney said, "Corporations are people, my friends" --- you might hurt their feelings :O
Diluted mainstream... Note reviewers blatant confirmation bias. Right-wingers always find liberals in the masthead. And they are ALWAYS looking for them. I don't mind a slant in either direction, as long as there is a commitment to TRUTH! Based on EVIDENCE, intellectual rigor and LOGIC. Too often, this commitment is missing. Newsweek covers what they cover well, but betray bias more by what stories they ignore. Newsweek is typically GOP-centric - corporate - burying stories that liberals might think are more important.