TV Guide Magazine Kindle Edition
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TV Guides comes with a "text view" so you can jump around to different stories -- which is convenient. I could jump to specific days to view listings without having to swipe a bunch of times.
You'll probably need to pinch-to-zoom to read the TV listings on the Kindle Fire. TV Guide packs a lot of stuff into those listings and the font is barely readable as-is. New shows and "highlights" have a different color so they stand out.
For a dollar a month, it's a pretty awesome deal.
I can always count on this being delivered wirelessly in a timely manner than having it roughed up in the mailed, or forgeting
to pick it up at the newsstand. Just flip through the pages like the real TV Guide. This is an enjoyable reading piece. If you like
to plan your week ahead knowing what's on then purchase this. You won't be disappointed.
What's with the no daytime schedule? And when did it become a "People" magazine instead of a TELEVISION PROGRAM GUIDE!!??
If it wasn't for my Tivo guide I certainly couldn't find out what's on TV from ...... what do they call it?
Oh yeah ....... TV GUIDE.
Yeah .... sure.
I'm finally giving up hope. No new subscription from me next time around.
The TV Guide is gorgeous to look at. I never thought I would say that. Every single page has perfect layouts, crisp fonts, topnotch writing, and great pictures. This is not true of many magazines I've looked at. TV Guide, though perhaps the least expensive subscription, comes off looking the most polished.
One thing they should do is offer Region breakdown. Basically, Four different versions, varying by time region. The current version lists Eastern and Pacific grid. I'd like a version with just Central. Like many people, I have the TVGuide site bookmarked, with a custom grid. The magazine grids look much better. There are not many pages of ads in the digital version, like one ad every 15 pages.
For every day of programming, there are a few pages of highlights for that day. In addition, there are numerous articles about news in the world of television. The issue I perused for this review had a long article about Mad Men which included some surprisingly stunning pictures. You might assume I am not not used to the iPad yet, but I've looked over hundreds of magazines, and thousands of books, sites, and textbooks, and these were the sharpest layouts I've seen in awhile.
This is not the butcher paper grocery shelf digest I remember. This is something High Def. Highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Other reviews stated this, but I had to find out for myself (and I'd hoped they'd listened to the negative reviews). TV listings are only prime time, ~4 hours out of the day. Read morePublished 13 days ago by TMWolf
Informational articles besides seeing all the different shows.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Dislike not being able to dicontinue a subscription to tv guide magazine.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I just got it so I hope my choice of four stars won't let me down !!Published 3 months ago by Jo McGilvray
print almost unreadable on Kindle, and lack of a search seriously complicates finding the programs and channels I want. I won't subscribe. LSBPublished 3 months ago by Leland S. Burns
nice for prime time but has nothing for daytime TV so not really what I wanted. Don't know if I will keep it.Published 3 months ago by Beauford Scott