Good for ideas around the house. But the publisher doesn't quite get this internet thing. Magazine is often late and they just recently they forgot to upload the magazine for almost a month. Sure I would like to get the print copy but between toddlers and pets bad things come to good magazines. My other magazines come at the same time as the paper subscriptions do (about a month ahead) but this one is usually about a week to two behind the news stand. Other than the delivery issues, TFH has great content and fun ideas of what to do around the house.
Good Reading and Good Price This magazine is loaded with useful tips and easy to follow build ideas. The illustrations are very clear and it's easy to read on a 7" tablet. The price is just right and should encourage a good following via google play. The only drawback is the heavy use of ads. But I am assuming this is why the price is so reasonable and the ads are sometimes interesting in themselves so if I had to choose between a higher subscription price and ads I would choose the ads. I would not have subscribed if the initial price was higher. Also, I am not a print subscriber, but I would be tempted to be one if both print and digital copies came as a package.
Seriously don't bother. Can't save magazine library on computer. You'll lose access to your entire library when you cancel your subscription...unless you want to download your library and read it on a 5 inch android device screen. Highly NOT RECOMMENDED until the capability to keep and store your paid magazines offline is worked out. In this case, KEEP YOUR PRINT VERSION!!!!
The maga The magazine is good and has lots of great articles. One of my biggest issues though is that the Android version of the magazine is filled with ads discussing all the great extras that you get with the iPad version!! Seriously, what the heck?!? Fine, don't give me the extra content but at least have the decency to not rub it in my face. Terribly annoying.
Excellent Mag This is an excellent mag for the DY. I work in a family hardware store and this mag keeps me not only informed but even if you don't build any of the projects you still get alot of new perspectives on how to do things! Unfortunately, I tried to subscribe and the link failed.
Long time print subscriber but want digital copy I've subscribed to Family Handyman for many years and would love a digital version of the magazine; however, the price is just too high. I really wish the digital version was included with your print subscription. If that was included this would be a 5 star review.