Strange not to be able to read it on Android devices I discarded my stupid iPad when I realized that the only thing I used it for was reading Wired. So now I cannot have a digital edition with my print subscription, despite the misleading claims from Wired. Do not be taken in the ads. For an Android tablet, even though you have a hard-copy subscription, you will need to buy PDFs issue by issue. I hope that Wired will realize one day that there is more to the world of tablets than iPads...
Free iPad edition with paper sub, why not android too? I subscribe to the paper version of this, and for a while now you get the iPad version thrown in ( I don't have an iPad)... How excited was I when I saw that I could get this on my nexus... Alas, it appears that the Google play version isn't included. I won't be paying again. EDIT: over a year after my original review and nothing has changed... I shall now cancel my print edition also. Clearly not that forward thinking conde nast.
Long term subscriber being shafted for using a nexus 7! Am I missing something or is it really the case that iPad, kindle and even nook users who are subscribers to the print edition can get this for free...but use a nexus 7 and there's no option to verify your subscription. Please correct me if I'm wrong or sort it out if I'm not!
Awful to read on a Windows tablet We're 14 years into the 21st century and clearly these guys haven't yet heard about accessibility options (text size, contrast, light fonts on dark background?) Hello?? Plus, page loading, turning and zooming are awful. Horrendous reading experience. Please fix this.
Massive load of adverts Loads of loads of male oriented adverts. Articles pretty hard to find, my fingers got tired swiping. And I am meant to be paying for this?? 2 stars because the ads were quite pretty.
12 months on and still no digital sub? My iPad is the kids' toy so I can't/refuse to use that. Why do I not get an Android digital sub with my paper sub? 12 months after first asking this question and still no difference.