I'm not going to review the actual New Yorker magazine, since I assume anyone who is interested in subscribing to it is already familiar with its style and content. As far as subscribing through Overstock, the order was processed quickly and I was able to download full issues on my iPad going back to the date I ordered. The price on Overstock was also cheaper than buying directly, so I'm happy with the purchase. (However, I still haven't received any paper issues, probably the fault of the New Yorker, in the past I've had unreliable delivery from them. I plan to follow up directly with their subscription department.) Anyway, getting access to the digital edition is one of the main reasons I subscribed, and that part meets my expectations - it is very elegant, easy to navigate, and looks just like the paper version. The only downside is that each issue is huge and takes a while to download.
- Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes