Magazines on Ipad Mini vs. Ipad
My wife and I both love the Next Issue app, which has the New Yorker, Wired, Time, Sports Illustrated and more compiled for one monthly fee. It works great on the iPad, but I'm curious as to how this app (or the individual apps for these magazines) looks on the iPad mini. Is it easy to read, just smaller? I have the iPad 2, (wife has the 3) so retina display isn't going to be a deal breaker, I just want to make sure the display is large enough to read these magazines well.
I am struggling with this very issue . Also struggling typing in my Mini keyboard!
E books are formatted apparently to adjust to any size screen. That is why I have no problem reading books on my smartphone. Sure, you can Zooooom out and then you have zoom back in to read the next page. Many of the columns are
"Fixed in place" and you can not zoom at all. Now if I were 30 with great eyesight the mini would be fine. I am 64 with
Good eyesight, and i am developing eye strain with this mini. I got because of its neat convenient size. It's like carrying and holding a paperback (remember those?) and I guess,that's the problem. I don't read those anymore either.
It all depends on youth and eyesight. If you have both than the mini is for you. I hope someone contradicts me so that I can keep this Mini and make it work.