The Week Magazine UK Kindle Edition
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This version always allows you to access the contents with a click of the centre button, allowing you to skip entire sections that don't interest you - sport anyone? - and doesn't really lose any of the content of the paper version of the magazine.
If any negatives exist, it'd merely be that after lusting after the properties in colour, they don't quite have the same punch in black and white. Otherwise, a faultless replication of the 'roll up and swat flies' version.
I've been waiting for the Week to come out on the Kindle for a long time and now that it has arrived, it is equally as good as the paper copy, without all the wastage.
The week is a great magazine to catch up with the best bits of the written media without all the nonsense.
But very disappointed amazon is selling the US version not the UK version. The edition is missing all the interesting UK articles.
Disappointing as it says The Week Magazine UK
In terms of the Amazon version i am impressed with the way it automatically downloads to my kindle (via Whisper?!) each week. Only reason i didnt give it 5 stars is that the navigation is a bit messy.
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