Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad App Reviews

By Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc

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Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad app review

Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad App Info

  • 197 Ratings
  • Price: Free
  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Updated: Dec 15 2018
  • Version: 6.8
  • Size: 37.35 MB
  • Seller: Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc
  • © Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc

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Customer Reviews of the Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad App

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Hhkkmmxx43's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 5/30/18 12:18 AM

I paid for a one year subscription, but after two issues I am required to pay for each magazine. Buyer beware.

Cannot download a single issue

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MagsTat2's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

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Multiple subscriptions needed

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ReesaBear's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

It's ridiculous that I need to pay for a traditional subscription and a separate subscription for digital access for a magazine that is 50% sold ad space.

Loved it until...

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ingolive's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

I really liked the digital subscription. There were videos and it was pretty interactive. The only reason why I decided to go digital for this mag was for those reasons and it's all gone! Please bring back the videos and such that comes with being a digital subscriber!

Martha DOESN'T care!!...

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ScottMadison's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

Scrabbaholic, Martha Stewart doesn't care about her brand any longer. Go online and read all the many pages of complaint after complaint about the entire MS product line. Everything from cheap paint fading and peeling... patio furniture falling apart... Cookware failing and breaking after one use... Bed sheets and towels coming unraveled after a couple washings... It just goes on and on. At one time, MS products were top of the line, now they are just pieces of crap, same as both her print and online magazine. For years I was a Martha advocate, but I now feel it is time to move on.

So disappointed.

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lovescake's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

What a shame. This used to be such a pleasure to read, but is basically unusable in the new "format". I find it hard to believe that Martha Stewart looked this over before the change was made...pinching and zooming constantly (and even then, the print is fuzzy. What?) is annoying beyond belief. Very unfortunate decision. My subscription will be allowed to lapse.

It's not free

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daisydaniels's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

You can read only 10 pages for free

So disappointing

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Tjlc's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

I have been a subscriber to the digital edition of this magazine for several years and have always loved the interactive content. The new format is just awful. I can hardly read the text and all of the lovely videos and details I have always looked forward to are gone. I am glad my subscription was supposed to renew in May so that I didn't end up paying for an entire year. Such a disappointing move backwards in an age when so many publications are creating beautiful digital formats.

Dreadful! It's just a digital page turner.

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Scrabbaholic's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

Martha Stewart must not care about her brand any longer. Try reading her magazine on an iPad mini. You can't. It used to be interactive. It used to scale for the right mobile device. No longer. You can't even read it. It's just a digital page turner. She's gone back about 15 years as far as technology is concerned. Clearly, they've done some cost-cutting. This was not the place to do that. How can she even compete with other magazines? I will NOT be resubscribing to this piece of pedestrian junk.

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meeee4ee3's Review of Martha Stewart Living Magazine For Ipad

Reviewed on 12/13/18 12:53 PM

I thought it was awful when your magazine removed the cover animations, which were really awesome and quite a pleasant and innovative surprise. Now, the newest update removes all audio/visual digital content. What's the point of having a digital magazine version, paired with such an amazing piece of Apple technology, when you don't take advantage of everything you can develop and curate to your new-age, digital consumers? Your development team should be embarrassed. If you're going to remove content, you should have more time to focus on simple things like page formatting and layout. The pages of the digital magazine don't even fill the entire iPad screen. I'm very disappointed, and unfortunately just renewed my subscription a few weeks ago.