By Hearst Communications, Inc.
I reset my password 5 times and I still can’t log in using the correct password.
I love this app but my only thing is that it needs a place where we can save 🔖 something we like on the app. I wish it had that.
The articles for this month were more relevant to our current status ( Staying home). Keep us the good work with giving us recipes, home remedies, and basic activities to stay mentally well.
I assumed that since I am a subscriber to Good Housekeeping magazine, I would able to enter my subscription information in the app in order to review back issues digitally. Not so, the app requires a separate subscription and GH has no digital issues for current subscribers to review. Two separate subscriptions! Hardly. I expected more from GH.
First of all, I really like GH the magazine. But this app stinks. Used to work great but the app has become super glitchy. IF I can even get the issue to open, every page is duplicated in the issue. So I have to swipe thru every ad twice. I’m on my way to iTunes to cancel my subscription. Big bummer.
I have been reading GH for 57years! Sometimes I’ve been able to have a subscription, otherwise I’d buy it in the grocery store. When the digital age struck I was delighted. Now I could have it always on my iPad. This April issue is the most disappointing issue, ever. Your format has been changing over the years: no personal interest stories, nothing written in depth, etc. This issue was full of repeating ads — duplicates one right after another. Often articles are short, and duplicated. I am extremely disappointed in Good Housekeeping Magazine. When my subscription comes up for renewal, I will be canceling. Regretfully, ....Hope Whitten
Love this app for reading the magazine online. However, is there supposed to be a January 2020 issue available?
I am stuck in Dec. 2019. Apple support could not fix it. I like the online magazine, but where is it? Very frustrating.
Issues will not download so buying a annual subscription is a total waste of money. The developer MAZ claims no responsibility and will not help. Basically MAZ (developer) has only one function and that seems to be to con apple users into subscribing. The magazine blames the developer and Apple says too bad! I have now learned to avoid any app that says MAZ
Issues no longer download. Total waste of money