Reader's Digest

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  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2011-01-18
  • Current Version: 5.4.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 14.31 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 4.57292
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From 1,632 Ratings

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A beautiful redesign for iPad and a new iPhone edition, which includes all the same content as our print and iPad editions, presented in an easy, mobile-friendly reading experience. iPad users can preview articles from the latest issue. Enjoy a look around before you decide what’s right for you: single-issue purchase, or a month-to-month or yearly subscription. · NEW SUBSCRIBERS: Enjoy a 30-day free trial on iPhone and iPad when you subscribe. · PRINT SUBSCRIBERS: Enjoy 6 months free on iPhone and iPad. You can access issues on both devices using a single account. About the Magazine The interactive edition of Reader’s Digest lets you browse smart, useful tips on health, work, food, relationships, home, and money, all expertly selected from hundreds of online and print sources. You’ll discover original profiles of inspiring people, real-life dramas, insightful essays, and news roundups that get you up-to-date fast on the issues you care about. All the features and departments from the print edition are here, including the jokes and funny true stories, along with our famous Word Power column—now with automatic scoring and audio pronunciations. Each issue is enhanced with exclusive cartoons, videos, slide shows, animations, and useful Web links—all in a well-designed, easy-to-navigate interface. Choose your Subscription Option Get a 30-day FREE trial when you subscribe. • 1-month subscription for $1.99 automatically renewed until canceled • 1-year subscription for $14.99 automatically renewed until canceled • Your subscription starts with the latest issue; back issues are not included, but you may purchase them as single issues ($3.99) SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews for another subscription period (another year for annual subscribers, another month for monthly subscribers) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your credit card will be charged the full amount for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Terms of Use: http://www.rd.com/terms-of-use/ Privacy Policy: http://tmbi.com/privacy-policy/

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  • Not liking the app

    3
    By Like-I-said
    I noticed that the app has no way to save my pages and has stopped numbering them at the top. So when I close app, I have to write down the month and a description of the article I was reading so I can find it when I return. At one time, there was a page saver I could highlight at the top of the page and it is gone now. Please add the page saver back. Thanks!
  • Impossible to read Readers Digest once you resubscribe

    1
    By Dalequeva
    Too often trying to read Readers Digest ends up in being asked for extra payment of what is already paid. I have a subscription up to August 2022 but the app asks for extra payment instead of letting to read.
  • WARNING! Is there a minus star?

    1
    By BeachBummz
    I had this app on auto renew thru iTunes for years. I loved it. My latest 12 month subscription renewed the end of August 2020 and today I’m told they cant “find” my subscription so I can just pay again. RD said it was an iTunes issue and iTunes said it was an RD issue. Bottom line I’ve been able to read only 3 months out of a 12 month subscription and neither iTunes or RD will help me. I’ve been ripped off. UPDATE: Here we are March 2021 and I still have no access to a subscription I paid for in August of 2020. Readers Digest still says they cannot “find” my subscription and has no interest in helping me. They should be able to look back and find years of paid subscriptions under my name but won’t take the trouble. This is downright thievery.
  • Can’t log in

    1
    By TheArtOfWar8
    Can’t log into the app
  • Restore Bookmarks - Article Order

    2
    By StarbaseDoug
    Update May 2021 - Not only have bookmarks and my other suggestions been ignored but now the order of articles has also changed. I was using my print issue to keep track of where in the magazine I was up to. This month, the articles appear in some random order. In fact, the last article is now first in the e-e dition. Who is monitoring the quality control of the app? Another star subtracted from my review. I’ve been a subscriber to RD for 40 years. The latest version of the app is now what is called article based vs. issue based. I was reluctant to upgrade when I heard that bookmarks were eliminated. I called customer service before updating. I found out that I could not load the Nov-2020 issue until I updated so I had to do it. Its true that bookmarks are not included. Also, after closing the app and reopening it hours later, the issue opens back to the cover page, not to where I left off. Suggestions for improvement. 1. Please add bookmark functionality back into the app, 2. When the app opens, it should open to the bookmarked page (just like kindle reader). 3. Add the ability to zoom into a page with finger motions to make the page appear larger or ability to increase the font size. 4. Include page numbers so that I can match where I’m up to with my hard copy magazine. 5. Change verbiage on subscriptions page to indicate that digital access is included for the length of the print subscription. 6. Restore ability to archive issues you’ve downloaded and have fished reading. 7. Restore interactivity of Word Power.
  • Newer isn’t always better...

    1
    By iabarbee
    Why fix something that wasn’t broken, just for the sake of change? I’ve lost all my bookmarks and I can’t find a way to mark where I left off, for a future read. Why???
  • Terrible

    1
    By SocialDem
    Signed up for the free trial and created login. When I trying to log in it said “We couldn’t find your details” but if I try to create an account again it says email already in use. Can’t access any articles. App does not work at all.
  • Don’t waste your money

    1
    By Melzax
    I purchased an annual subscription- after my first month’s subscription I have never been able to see another issue. I checked my Apple account and it says I have a current subscription too bad I’m not able to access any of the issues. What a waste of $14.99. I am also not able to cancel my auto-renewal.
  • One of the worst apps I’ve ever loaded.

    1
    By 1518 Tuffy
    Subscribed. Set up an account. Tried to log in. Message says account doesn’t exist. Re-register. Message says account already there. Try to log in. Message says account doesn’t. Help is no help. Will be canceling my subscription and deleting this useless app
  • App doesn’t pick up my subscription

    1
    By Aksister
    I wasn’t able to connect my subscription to the app or even access the magazine through the news app on my phone. I couldn’t find any support anywhere so I’ve cancelled my subscription and deleted the app. I would gladly pay for the subscription to get this great magazine but I don’t want to pay twice.

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