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Reader's Digest
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on August 9, 2016
I love it accept, it deleats my magazines. I sometimes do noit get to read an issue because I'm too busy. I paid for it why then does the app delete my past issues, even if unread? Shame! Will have to cancel.
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on November 7, 2014
HEY!!!!! Where have all my issues gone? This is B.S. I paid for them they should be in the cloud. Why wasn't I notified about this mass dumping of magazines? How about a refund for past unread issues. I subscribed to RD so I could read at my leisure now they are gone. You owe everyone an explanation.
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on October 27, 2014
I have always enjoyed Readers Digest. But I never subscribed because I have a bad habit of hoarding magazines that I like, then eventually have to give them away or throw them away, so for years I only read R.D. in the Doctor's or Dentist's office (my parents subscribed when I was growing up). Now that I can get it electronically, and at such a great price, I took advantage of that. It took a little bit of experimenting to familiarize with the navigation, because it doesn't work the same way as with books; but it's pretty simple once you get used to it. HOWEVER, I just got my 2nd month issue. I had not finished reading my first issue, and although I was able to locate the 1st issue in my newsstand library, when I clicked on it, it tells me "waiting to download" but never does, so I can't get back to previous issue to finish reading or to re-read previously enjoyed articles. I see this as a serious flaw in the subscription process. If this Isn't corrected, I may not renew my subscription when the time comes.
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on May 14, 2016
I have always enjoyed the Reader's Digest. It's not what it use to be though. I am now getting tons of spam and snail mail. It reminds me of why I quit entering the Publishers Clearinghouse sweepstakes!! Read the fine print when you order. Not life threatening just annoying!
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on August 14, 2017
Have true stories,photos who are very interesting,news from the world of medicine,make you laugh,have the outrageous,for me is a remarkable reading,I accepted as a true unique magazine,nothing feckless hahaha,Thelma
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on October 12, 2017
Little lighter on content than expected but i understand print is still declining to extinction. Thus all the advertising fluff, they are just fighting to stay alive. I get it.
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on May 15, 2017
A great price. Reader's Digest never disappoints. I have been enjoying it for over 30 years.
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on May 9, 2017
I enjoy the short stories. I often read the shorter stories and jokes to my 90-year old mom who has Alzheimer's. She doesn't remember this afterwards but for those few minutes she's content to listen to hearing something different.
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on January 12, 2016
Always have liked Readers Digest. I don't like them sending me stuff other than the digest itself, and this is the reason for the four star. I hate the junk mail they send and wish they would ask permission before clutter my mailbox. I just dump their advertisements to win or sell something in the trash. This is why I give them a four star.
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on May 31, 2017
I only got this because they used to have a vocabulary list... I'm so dissatisfied that that's no longer apart of the magazine... But if read some cool articles...
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