The New Yorker Releases First iPad Issue

Posted by at 12:39 pm on September 27, 2010

After several months in production, publisher Condé Nast has at last released the first iPad edition of The New Yorker, available through a new app.

Future  issues are set to launch every Monday, and include the same content as  the print  editions. Some bonuses in the current iPad issue include a video tour, an animated cover and extra cartoons.

Adobe is reported to have helped development. All print advertisers are said to be on board, though some groups have paid for “premium” spots with videos and slideshows. These include Intel, Visa, HSBC, American Express and the Mexican tourism board.

Later upgrades are expected to incorporate resizable fonts, access to story archives and the ability to share pieces or mark them as favorites. While the app itself is free, each issue is a $4.99 download.

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