Reader's Digest

Reader's Digest

By Trusted Media Brands, Inc.

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2011-01-18
  • Current Version: 5.2.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 29.83 MB
  • Developer: Trusted Media Brands, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 2,185 Ratings


A beautiful redesign for iPad and a new iPhone edition, which includes all the same content as our print and iPad editions, presented in an easy, mobile-friendly reading experience. iPad users can preview articles from the latest issue. Enjoy a look around before you decide what’s right for you: single-issue purchase, or a month-to-month or yearly subscription. · NEW SUBSCRIBERS: Enjoy a 30-day free trial on iPhone and iPad when you subscribe. · PRINT SUBSCRIBERS: Enjoy 6 months free on iPhone and iPad. You can access issues on both devices using a single account. About the Magazine The interactive edition of Reader’s Digest lets you browse smart, useful tips on health, work, food, relationships, home, and money, all expertly selected from hundreds of online and print sources. You’ll discover original profiles of inspiring people, real-life dramas, insightful essays, and news roundups that get you up-to-date fast on the issues you care about. All the features and departments from the print edition are here, including the jokes and funny true stories, along with our famous Word Power column—now with automatic scoring and audio pronunciations. Each issue is enhanced with exclusive cartoons, videos, slide shows, animations, and useful Web links—all in a well-designed, easy-to-navigate interface. Choose your Subscription Option Get a 30-day FREE trial when you subscribe. • 1-month subscription for $1.99 automatically renewed until canceled • 1-year subscription for $14.99 automatically renewed until canceled • Your subscription starts with the latest issue; back issues are not included, but you may purchase them as single issues ($3.99) SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews for another subscription period (another year for annual subscribers, another month for monthly subscribers) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your credit card will be charged the full amount for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Terms of Use: Privacy Policy:



  • The best magazine “no competition “

    By mamaw04
    First of all NO TRASH IN THIS MAGAZINE. It is really good for short reads entertaining, informative. I love it. Any other magazine is advertisement for products. Very little substance. Keep up the good work!!!!
  • App

    By Raju786
    I read many magazines through their Apps. Readers digest app is certainly the best. Easy to navigate and very interactive especially the word power segment. Sohail Minhas
  • Don’t subscribe

    By Robe56
    Unbelievably bad website and experience. Worst app of 2018
  • Nice when it works

    By scc-hi
    Have experienced difficulty accessing my paid subscription on several occasions. Reinstalled app, signed in and out, called for customer service. But when it works, it is nice to have on the iPad.
  • Very bad app

    By FLJohnxm
    Since it’s inception, this app has been nothing but a bug infested den. Sometimes it works properly, most of the time it doesn’t. Tech support, if you can actually reach somebody, is laughable and never any help. RD will say it’s Apples fault and to call them, Apple will say it’s RD fault and to contact them. On the rare occasion you do get somebody at RD, it’s usually from a foreign country and they read from their universal tech support script, which will do absolutely nothing for you but waste your time. Remember the good olé days when tech support actually worked and got results? Anyway, download at your own risk. You may be lucky and be able to read a few issues a year without any problems, but may not be worth your time or money.
  • VERY disappointed with Apple and RD

    By CallBS
    I have had a print subscription to Readers Digest for over 20 years so in December 2018 instead of renewing I moved to the iTunes app version. I have yet to access a single issue and all attempts to contact Apple or Readers Digest have been in vane. I wasted 15 bucks and I won’t do that again. I’ll pay extra subscribing through Readers Digest
  • Easy to navigate

    By SteveRowles
    I really like the iPad version of the magazine. I think it's easier to read than the real thing and way easier to move from article to article. It also is slightly bigger than the actual magazine which is very nice to actually be reading it.
  • Nothing happens after clicking register your account

    By Trojanonraaga
    It asks for payment when I try to open this months issue Also nothing happens after clicking register your account
  • Careful before subscribing. Content may be charged after a while

    By KailashJoshi
    I have subscribed for a year but magazines are showing as charged after giving first two months free. Reported the problem twice on application support link but no one listens Be careful before subscribing
  • This app turned me off of RD

    By J Borghardt
    I used to love this app. But, some changes recently have been super annoying. The app will not always save your place, even if you don’t completely close the app. Then to make matters worse, there is no longer a way to scroll through the entire issue, so you have to turn pages one by one until getting back to where you left off. But the back-breaking straw is that I recently was charged for an automatic renewal through Apple but was not able to get the app to sync to my Apple account. The online chat help button doesn’t work and Calling RD was no help...I was told it’s an Apple issue even though I tried explaining that the issue was the flaky app itself. (Deleting and reinstalling did not help). Apple wasn’t able to help because the issue was within the app which is not an Apple product. Duh. But, Apple was able to refund the renewal charge and cancel my account. So...App deleted. Rant over. I’ll read something else.