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New Yorker Finally Gets iPhone App

One of America’s oldest standing magazines is finally bringing its witty, informative, and high brow musings onto the iPhone. Publisher Conde Nash, who owns the rights to the New Yorker, has developed its very own iPhone-ready application that will give you access to all of the interesting content that the magazine has to offer. Like its retail predecessor though, you’ll need to have an active subscription. However the subscriptions are interchangeable, and if you already have a pre-paid ticket, then you can immediately access all the available digital issues on the free application.

Many of you who already read the magazine will know that it already has a standalone application for use exclusively on the iPad. This new application has been optimized specially for the iPhone, taking into consideration its lower resolution screen and weaker hardware capabilities. In order to christen this monumentous event, Conde Nash is giving everyone a free issue, just for downloading and trying the application. This free issue is stock and will be available to anyone and everyone who grabs the app.

If you find yourself interested in the magazine after this initial viewing, you’ll have to purchase a continual subscription at approximately 59.99 USD per year. Or, if you are only interested in specific content, you can purchase singular issues at around 5.99 USD per year; however, at about a 50 percent savings with a yearly purchase, you’d be much better off just shelling out for all twelve issues that are released annually. You can grab the free application, as well as your free starter issue, today in Apple’s App Store.

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