Did not work Tried to download free app for android tablet, but after four attempts.....NOTHING!!! Have subscribed for years and would like to read on the run, but SL must not know what they are doing.
Doesn't work on wither my Google Nexus 10 tablet or my Samsung Note 3 Phone I activated the digital edition via email on my computer. When I go to the Southern Living magazine in Google Play & select Subscribe, then "For current subscribers" I then enter my account number & zip code & get an error. I try entering my mailing address and email address as the optional method of logging in & I get the same error "The subscription info you entered didn't verify. Please try again" I called the SL digital subscription hotline & sent through the process with her on the line with the same error. She told me she couldn't help that it was a Google Play problem. Don't knwo how to contact someone at Google Play to fix this!
Fix "No Free Option for Print Subscribers" Originally, I had the same problem as many other reviewers here: There's no free option for print subscribers when you click the "Subscriber" button, as advertised in the app description and in subscriber email. You must go to Google Play and update all of your Google Play related apps. After that, you will have the option "Free for print subscribers"
Google is a Ripoff Tried to access SL like I access Food & Wine Mag on my husbands iPad. Apple does not request a pmt method for something FREE but apparently Google does. Another reason to dislike Google. I should have spent the extra $$ and bought the iPad mini which is what I originally wanted.
Wasn't able to access digital edition I posted earlier that I was unable to see my digital edition. Well, that's true. Without window 8 on my computer, I'm not. However, I am able to view it on my Android phone. I called Southern Livings customer service and they walked me through the entire process. Wha la! Eureka! I have it. Thank goodness for Joyceleen. I couldn't have done it without her😊
Very disappointing You want everything but my ss# and first born for what you advertise as free to print subscribers. Southern Living already has my name and address once I enter my account number from my print subscription so who is really accessing this info? And why should I give out cc info for something advertised as free?? This is misleading and suspicious. Guess I'll just stick to the good old print edition.