The articles are interesting, well written, and cover a wide variety of topics. The texts aren't too long and (although some people are complaining about this) it's nice to read a complete section in about 15 minutes. Perfect for short bus rides or while waiting for an appointment.
The News section informs you about events from all over the world and does it well enough. Fortunately, this is one of the strongest sections of The Daily and the articles are interesting and easy to read
The Gossip section is very entertaining if you are into the topic. It features tons of stunning photos of celebrities and their various boyfriends, girlfriends, lovers, slip-ups and more.
The Opinion and the Arts & Life sections are nice although they seem a little bit too pro-American (not surprising considering that it's a newspaper made for the US public), which can be distracting if you are a European reader. Yes, you can read The Daily outside the US! Find out how in the "How to download (and get a subscription) to The Daily outside the US" section of this article!
The Apps & Games section is really entertaining and the possibility of uploading your Sudoku scores to Game Center makes it really addicting.
The Sports section has been touted as one of the best reasons to read The Daily, and it really is - if you live in the US. Full chronicles of the most important matches (covering American football, basketball, baseball and the NHL) are shown with spectacular photos and replay videos, and there's also a dashboard where you can choose your favourite teams and follow their tweets, stats and overall position. A dream come true for any sports fan! If you are European, then you'll definitely miss all the football (soccer) information about Barça, Manchester Utd, Milan, etc.
The Daily for iPad shows a very subtle sense of humour throughout all the articles and overall it's a gratifying experience to read it.