I am a long time reader of Esquire magazine, it is a great diversion and often has very good stories on politics, sports, and social figures. However, the digital version, available on my kindle fire, is poorly designed and difficult to use. As a result, it makes reading the magazine much more challenging and detracts tremendously from the overall reading experience. It's a shame that Esquire couldn't follow the better and smarter model used by magazines like the New Yorker, SI, Wired, EW, and other publications. Instead, you have to flip through the pages to get to a story, double click to make the text larger, and cannot move easily throughout the magazine to change stories. Three stars solely for Esquire's content - if there was a question about the digital layout and my views on that - then it would be one star.