Great for me As I live in the UK I much prefer the digital edition I would often have to wait over a month for the magazine to come in the post and occasionally a copy would go missing. For those Android users who are complaining that the subscription is only available for the Kindle and IPhone, the Google store includes a Kindle app.
Surprisingly Likable I'm one of those old fashioned Geeks who has doggedly fought against moving away from the paper magazine format. I don't really know why I hesitated. I enjoy ebooks. My new subscription to Readers Digest is surprisingly enjoyable to me. The size is similar to the printed edition and everything is sharp so it's easy to read. I'm on the e-magazine band wagon now and will probably never buy a paper one again. I love this magazine!
Have loved this mag for about 30 years!! I remember being probably about 10 years old and seeing this in my grandother's house. Have loved it since day one. My absolute fave bathroom book... due to the short stories and clips.... sorry if T.M.I..... Always interesting stories and educational and/or helpful articles, etc. I have learned so much over the years, had alot of laughs, shed some tears too as there are some of the most inspirational and touching stories here too, Also, it stretches against almost every age group... from preteen to elderly. Always something for everyone in each article. Every month it is a wonderful compilation of some of today's hottest topics and headlining news. Can't go wrong if you ask me.
Cancelled my print subscription after I found out it didn't include e-magaz Wired gives me the online version for FREE when I subscribed to the print edition. Why can't RD do this? No wonder you had to layoff staff and sell your Pleasantville, NY headquarters. It's clear Reader's Digest doesn't know which way is up anymore. I've cancelled.
Need to listen to reviews I switched my paper to digital to get 3 extra months but they only have it for Apple so now I got to switch back. Don't they know android users out weighs Apple 2 to 1? Allow us to switch only when it can be done for Android. Don't advertise something we can't do...
Misleading Promotional I recently received my print version of this periodical and it included an insert for a free 6-month subscription for tablets. However, when I attempted to take advantage of the offer, I found out it was available only for iPad and Kindle devices and I use a Nexus 7 tablet. I've enjoyed this publication in print for over 40 years, first in my parent's home and now in my own, but these types of "promotional gimmicks" only serve to annoy me and make me consider canceling my subscription.