Great service cant't believe that all I see in the reviews are people complaining, wow really don't you have something better to do. Your complaining about nothing at all you all need to get some perspective geez, Love it keep it coming regardless of paper copy or digital.
Can't stop subscription I was waiting for my subscription to be over, since its on my droid phone and isn't viewable on my kindle. It automatically subscribed on my phone again. Great. I cancelled it, but now I can't figure out who to contact for a refund, or someone who can switch the subscription to my kindle somehow. I feel like I wasted 40 bucks now. I barely read anything last time and now I have it again. annoyed.
Always Informational You would think you'd get tired of such a niche subject, but Runner's World manages to be both informational and entertaining month in and month out. From articles and entire magazines that focus on diet, workout plans, new shoe models, and beginner training, there's something for everyone in every edition. I absolutely love reading profile pieces on notable runners.
Just like the printed document This is basically the same as the printed magazine. You can zoom in to read more easily, or display a plain text version of an article. It's pretty much on par with other magazines I have read with Zinio. Although I don't really care too much for interactive features, one thing I would really like to see are clickable links to web pages. When I read an article or ad with a web URL in it, it would be great to click on it and go to that page.
Digital edition Hard to believe that the digital edition isn't available at no cost or extremely low cost on Android. Frustrating!
Encouraging runners? Not if you have to pay twice. We thought this magazine would be good for the whole family to read so we ordered the print version. Since I often travel, I was looking forward to putting the digital edition on my tablet. Imagine my surprise when I found out that I would have to pay for that privilege, especially when most magazines allow subscribers free digital copies. You would think that a magazine that encourages people to travel to races would understand that many families need both but do not want to pay twice.