I've been reading Reader's Digest since I was a teenager, but now, due to a medical condition, I sometimes have trouble seeing the print. I found myself not reading it as often, which was frustrating. So I was really pleased to see that Reader's Digest was also available in a large print edition. I first saw it in my ophthamalogist's waiting room. This was very good news for me.
It's basically the same content that you would find in the traditional version of the magazine. The features that made Reader's Digest famous are all still there. The advertising is different, though, as it's geared toward older people, the disabled and visually impaired. This is understandable, of course, as these are the most likely customers for this product.
I have really enjoyed being able to read the magazine again, even when my eyes hurt. I can see the large print clearly and it's really been a pleasure.