Print Magazine Awesome; Digital Version Useless Google has got to clean up its magazine UI act. As a subscriber to the print edition, paying for the digital version is outrageous but not being able to mark pages, make notes and highlights is just plain ole bad programming. So below par as to what I expect from a Google product. Using it on a Nexus 7 (no flash) and Epic 4g Phone.
Ha Ha Ha this must be a bad joke!!! A $1.99 turns into $4.99, even better you never receive a magazine from any of these 50% magazine!!!! This whole thing is a scam!!! Don't waste your money on any of these special deals that they must believe we're stupid!!!! I am sick and tired of these companies trying to take advantage of all these crappy companies!!!
BAD SHAPE! I was a loyal subscriber for atleast 15 years, last two were a gift from my husband, which he got thru a magazine company that offered a discounted price. So, THEY send me a great offer to switch to digital with free digital mags and renewal at less expensive price guarentee. Great, I thought, but no, we can't give you that deal since you ordered it thru a go-between co.,even though it is our magazine you ordered. Great loyalty Shape mag......... NOT!......There are some other great fitness mags out there!
Love the mag... ...But my Toshiba thrive will have certain blackout sections. Once I go to turn the page it suddenly appears. Looking forward to it being fixed! This will be awesome!!!
Great Mag, Terrible Electronics I read through the magazine in one sitting on my Nook without any problems. I went to go through and try some workouts out, and there were tons of pages missing! Really wish the digital version worked better.
Sick of ads and useless info I am sick and tired of these health magazines and their anti sun, anti aging campaigns. Clearly, shape has also been bought out by the sunblock industry. Ask yourself..... whats the one thing in the world everyone is exposed to? The sun! How do you make money off it? Make it bad. Shape is a sell out and has lost me as a 10 year subscriber. The digital copy is even worse than the paper one