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Every issue of Good Housekeeping focuses on food, nutrition, fashion, beauty, relationships, home decorating and home care, health and child care, and consumer and social issues. Plus, the Good Housekeeping Institute provides product reviews that serve to simplify the purchasing decisions for our readers.

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What’s New

Version 23.0

This release includes bug fixes and general stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
754 Ratings

754 Ratings

Rinikin ,

Seal of Approval??

I have loved Good Housekeeping mag for most of my 73 years. There was always at least one recent issue on the coffee table at home. I was thrilled to find that I could continue having those current issues on iPad even though I now live abroad, and I went electronic when the app first appeared. All was well until about a year ago when the app changed formats. Since then I’ve had nothing but trouble. I have complained about this directly to the app people when that was an option in the Contact Us area. The problems have been numerous.

This week every morning I have received a notice on my screen saying my November issue is ready to Download and please be sure to see this or that. When I follow the link or go to the app to download it myself I’m still stuck on Halloween. The screens I used to be able to see to help control or just to complain to the powers that be are nowhere to be found! Why?

This app certainly does not have my seal of approval. How can Good Housekeeping continue to give out their famous seal of approval and yet deal in such a shoddy product? It has given me nothing but trouble. By the way, all the other magazines I subscribe to work perfectly 99% of the time.

Back to basics mom ,

Great issue this month

The articles for this month were more relevant to our current status ( Staying home). Keep us the good work with giving us recipes, home remedies, and basic activities to stay mentally well.

Osprey Pointe ,

GH review

I have been reading GH for 57years! Sometimes I’ve been able to have a subscription, otherwise I’d buy it in the grocery store. When the digital age struck I was delighted. Now I could have it always on my iPad. This April issue is the most disappointing issue, ever. Your format has been changing over the years: no personal interest stories, nothing written in depth, etc. This issue was full of repeating ads — duplicates one right after another. Often articles are short, and duplicated. I am extremely disappointed in Good Housekeeping Magazine. When my subscription comes up for renewal, I will be canceling.

Regretfully, ....Hope Whitten

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