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Posted December 20, 2010
The adaptation to the Nook Color is very well done - the pages are sharp and clear, and the Article View technology is a wonderful (and necessary) enhancement. It is easy to navigate through the magazine. However, feature articles generally have a page or two of numbered photos with captions. These captions are NOT included in the Article View text. If this is corrected in the future I will re-subscribe.
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Posted February 3, 2011
Vanity Fair has the perfect combination of arts, politics, fashion, celebrity gossip, and photography. I'm hooked on the Nook's easy navigation and gorgeous high-resolution photos, unlike anything on the web. Two thumbs up!
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Posted September 9, 2011
I have bee reading Vanity Fair for almost 20 years. I always enjoy the writing and in-depth articles each month. It has been my habit over the years to tote each month's issue with me wherever I go because it is not a quick read like other magazines. Now with the Nook Color I still get to take it with me but in a less bulky package. The digital version is just as satisfying as the magazine in hand.
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Posted October 4, 2012
Posted September 15, 2012
I have both a Nook color and the "Nook for PC" app. The magazine says "Can't read this in this App" on the PC and it takes more than a mnute to render a page in the Nook.
Pretty pictures don't cut it. Save you time and buy paper for this use.
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Posted November 2, 2013
It's Being shown as "subscribed" & being charged $$ BUT I NEVER RECEIVE ANY VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE ISSUES. I'M EXTREMELY MAD AT THIS & NATURALLY-FRUSTRATED!
I want to "Subscribe" for real & be INCLUDED IN THE TIMELY ONE-DAY OFFER FOR SUBSCRIBING AND RECEIVNG THE BACK TWELVE (12) "VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE ISSUES" FOR "FREE AS YOUR OFFER SHOWS".
I'M SEVERELY PHYSICALLY-DISABLED AND DO NOT HAVE THE ENERGY, ABILITY, OR PATIENCE TO CALL B&N OR. CUSTUMER SERVICE OR SUBSCRIPTIONS OR EVEN THE ESCALATIONS B&N CORPORATE DEPT. AS THEY NEVER HELP ME AND CAUSE ME FURTHER STRESS AND PHYSICAL PAIN.
I WOULD RATE THIS A ZERO. IF POSSIBLE SINCE I'VE BATTLED THIS SAME PROBLEM WITH NO HELP EVEN FROM B&N CORPORATE ESCALATIONS DEPT. …
SO I AM BEGGING ONE LAST TIME....
1). TO RELEASE ME AS "SUSCRIBED" to vanity fair monthly.
2). +PLUS+ "REFUND ALL THE CHARGES FOR NO VANITY FAIR ISSUES YET BEING SHOWN PERMANENTLY EVERY MONTH AS SUBSCRIBED".....
3).... AND LASTLY, PLEASE ASSURE ME AND GRANT ME ACCESS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS TIMELY/ONE-DAY ONLY OFFER IMMEDIATELY.....
... OR I WILL NEEED TO FILE A FORMAL COMPLAINT WITH BBB (BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU) AND CONSUMER REPORTS.....
HOWEVER, BEING BEDRIDDEN, DISABLED, WITH SEVERE PAIN. , AND ABOUT TO FACE FOUR (4) PAINFUL LIFESAVING SURGERIES AS I LAY BEDRIDDEN 24/7 WITH SEVERE LATE STAGE DISEASES THAT IM DYING FROM,
....I RATHER SPEND MY LIMITED PRECIOUS TIME AND EXTREMELY LIMITED ABILITIES ENJOYING PAGING THRU MY NOOK HD TABLET AND SEE PRETTY PICTURES IN THE MAGAZINES AS MY VISION IS EVEN SADLY GOING AND A FRIEND TYPED THIS FOR ME AFTER MONTHS & MONTHS OF FRUSTRATION TRYING TO SPEAK TO YOUR DEPTS WITH NO PROMISED-CALLBACKS NOR HELP FOR SIMPLE ISSUES LIKE THIS ONE.
LASTLY, THE NOOK HD TABLET IS MY "WINDOW-TO-THE-WORLD" AS I LAY BEDRIDDEN 24/7 EACH DAY AND RELY ON SEEING THE BEAUTY AND WORLD VIA THESE MAGS, ETC...
Posted October 29, 2013
I thought Vanity Fair was a fashion classy magazine not a trashy bully magazine..I saw preview of Nicole Kidman cover and saw the tack bash at Kristen Stewart and tell you apolgoize to her and mind your own business you lost meWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 7, 2013
Posted August 7, 2013
Just gross. It's obsessed with people who have money, be they celebrities, bankers, tech industry folks, or whatever. It's just...lame. The occasional good article can be found on Longreads or The Browser.
Posted April 10, 2013
But somewhere along the way it was decided that pinch and zoom was not acceptable
The recent issues do have a larger font but there is no choice to pinch and zoom - total fail
Posted January 15, 2013
Posted October 18, 2012
Posted July 25, 2012
I am very happy with my choice for Vanity Fair as my monthly magazine "newsstand" subscription. I mean, I had thousands to choose from but none of them really appealed to me because they were too shallow. Some focused solely on fashion others on entertainment and others on politics. Vanity Fair, I am very proud to say, focuses on all of the above plus some. Plus, its a THICK magazine. Currently my monthly rate is $1.99 for an issue. What is the cost per issue in store? Like $8.00, maybe more... Last time I checked an individual magazine bought in store was outrageous. HELLO! Gigantic THICK interesting IN-YOUR-FACE magazine. Come on, I chose Vanity Fair; it's just THAT awesome.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 11, 2012
Posted January 9, 2012
While the graphics are crisp and the photo's interesting, the main story was not new. The article on Lady Gaga seemed to be a exact copy of Katie Couric's interview with Gaga on her thanksgiving special this year. It's easier to find more insightful reading online for free, then purchasing this magazine.
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Posted January 6, 2012
Starting with this issue of Vanity Fair Conde Nast with the Vanity Fair app has just set the standard of what a digital magazine should be
Good work - thumbs high up
Posted December 27, 2011
I really like the formatting that VF is using now (Lady Gaga issue). Horizontally scrolling from the beginning of one article to the next is very convenient, and then vertically scrolling within an article makes sense. The graphics and extras are well-integrated and add to the magazine, instead of just taking up space. I wish I could easily zoom into the beautiful photography (like on NatGeo), but other than that, I think this is a great implementation of a very nice magazine.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 2, 2011
Posted August 18, 2011
This is an excellent transfer of media from print to digital. The layout, photos and text is all here along with the article view to allow easy reading. Even better would be connecting this content with social media and interactive items.
I've always enjoyed Vanity Fair and would recommend the magazine to anyone but would now recommend this format to publishers who want to stay in the game.
Posted August 10, 2011
It doesn't get better than this - photography is crisp & vivid and Article View makes reading a dream. Instead of past issues overflowing my book shelves, I've now begun a fully digital, completely searchable, archive of my favorite issues -- and the best part? It all fits squarely on my thumb drive. Well done, B&N + Condé Nast!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.