I was pleased at last to be able to get a Scottish newspaper on my Kindle. There are, however, some aspects of the way the Herald is presented on the Kindle that I found unhelpful.
Firstly, the 'News' section is far too broad, especially when combined with unhelpful headlines. A headline which works in print, where the standfirst and/or lead paragraph are also visible to the reader, may not give you any idea of what the story is actually about when it appears on its own on the Kindle.
Secondly, small stories appear at random containing no introductory material. My guess is that in the print edition these appeared as helfpul information boxes alongside a larger news story, but in the Kindle edition they often appear some way down the list of articles. In print there would have been a clear context for the item. On the Kindle it can be baffling, especially if you happen to have skipped the main story and have no idea why you are being given this information.
These are small complaints compared to the benefit of being able to get Scottish news on my Kindle, but other UK newspapers that I subscribe to seem to be able to get these points right.