Reader’s Digest

August 24, 2013 - Comment

The color Kindle edition of Reader’s Digest is now available on the Kindle Reading App for your Android device. Download issues at no extra cost from Archived Items. Winner of the 2009 National Magazine Award for General Excellence, Reader’s Digest “reinvented itself with imaginative and timely stories and an engaging contemporary voice,” say the judges

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The color Kindle edition of Reader’s Digest is now available on the Kindle Reading App for your Android device. Download issues at no extra cost from Archived Items.

Winner of the 2009 National Magazine Award for General Excellence, Reader’s Digest “reinvented itself with imaginative and timely stories and an engaging contemporary voice,” say the judges for the American Society of Magazine Editors. “Articles about ordinary people overcoming extraordinary obstacles, useful and accessible service pieces on health and personal finance, and delightful humor columns make Reader’s Digest not only a good companion but also a great escape.”

The Kindle Edition of Reader’s Digest contains most articles found in the print edition, but will not include all images. Reader’s Digest publishes ten issues per year, with combined December/January and June/July issues. For your convenience, issues are auto-delivered wirelessly to your Kindle at the same time the print edition hits the newsstand.

 

Comments

Tamara Johnson "Kindle Fan" says:

Humor is back For all those that complained that the Reader’s Digest left out the humor in its Kindle version, I just purchased mine and looks like they heard the cries and have added it in. I found the “Humor in Uniform”, “Life in these United States”, etc. I love reading these in the RD and I’m happy to see the Kindle edition has them. Articles contained pictures which I also found worthwhile. All in all, I found the RD rather nice on the Kindle and will continue to subscribe.

Ann Rule "Emma" says:

Problem receiving when wireless off I have always ejoyed Reader’s Digest. I even had a paper subscription before I bought my Kindle. I did not receive an issue on my kindle. When I called Amazon to inquire I was suprised to learn that if Whispernet (wireless) is turned off Reader’s Digest will only try to deliver for 5 days and it will then skip the entire issue but still bill you. This review is just a heads up for all you subscribers! Never leave your Whispernet off for more than a few days. Also there is currently no way to retrieve the issue once it is missed.

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