Maybe too simple. No way to customize font size, text nor background color. If your eyes are like mine, and I know mine are, you'll definitely need your readers for this app!
I have been a subscriber to VF for year, and even before I was able to read it online. It once contained diversity. What attracted my eye in the beginning was author Dominick Dunn. He brought so much to this magazine. He was never replaced. Being male I took a lot of ribbing being a subscriber to this so called “woman’s magazine “. But it’s official. Little if none is offered for the male. Your articles have become boring and redundant. I won’t be subscribing to VF any longer. K. Ritchie
I read several articles in VF and subscribed but with hesitation. I feared I would have wade through a sea of glitz for an occasional good article. But I am flabbergasted with the penetrating journalism and consistent high quality of the magazine. I have no regrets in learning a new source of enjoyable reading.
Bring back Graydon Carter.
Have noticed magazine articles have declined in last two years. Use to look forward to magazine, now just glance and move on.. it’s a shame for years it was a great, use to recommend you to friends, not now. John hall
Not just essentially a photo or pdf of each magazine page. It’s optimized for how you read on a tablet (scrolling each article) while left and right swipes move you from article to article. Links within each issue jump to other relevant sections of the issue or additional info and updates online. You can get a digital-only subscription for 15 dollars for the first year that gives you access to the tablet and website content. This is a well thought-out publication. Also VF has amazing articles across all topics.
I love Vanity Fair’s content, put the app doesn’t work. Portrait mode only on my ipad and impossible to close without deleting the app. I am surprised that Condé Nast is unable to give its readers an app that performs the basic functions. I’m going to cancel my subscription -
I look forward to each issue because of the stories. Each article shares a variety ideas and places. They broaden my perspective. Thanks
Lacks infinite scroll, no suggestions of next articles, not structured like a news feed. What’s the point? It’s difficult to ise.