May Issue of Wired Magazine for iPad Is Free

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Wired Magazine for iPad

Wired Magazine for iPad is one of my favorite iPad magazines. It has always struck me as one of the iPad titles that is doing the most with the new tablet medium.

If you’ve been thinking of taking a look at Wired on the iPad but were put off by the per issue cost, then you’re going to love the May issue – which is free, available for zero dollars and such.

Here’s some of the content on offer in the free May issue:

The Humor Issue. Andy Samberg talks to Chris Hardwick about web comedy, and how the internet is saving comedy. Plus, we break down the grand unified theory of what makes a joke funny. We take a look at hot startup Quora and ask whether it really has all the answers, and vist Chernobyl 25 years later to see if local animals are thriving—or dying. It’s the WIRED vision of how technology is changing the world, and it features exclusive content available only on the iPad.
May exclusive iPad content:
• Demetri Martin graphs internet comedy.
• Take an interactive look at America’s Funniest Home Videos.
• Hear why TV sound makes you crazy.
Also from the May issue:
• How Android beat the iPhone.
• The injectable vasectomy that could change birth control.
• In our Play section, a close-up look at acts of vengeance.

Lots of cool content there – a great month to get to know Wired on the iPad. Here’s an App Store link for Wired Magazine; issues are normally priced at $3.99.

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Patrick Jordan

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2 thoughts on “May Issue of Wired Magazine for iPad Is Free”

  1. One of the best adaptions of a regular magazine-style applications for the iPad I found is “the collection” (released on April 11). The publisher goes for a mono-thematic approach – the first issue is all about the royal wedding in the UK – but the use of the capabilities of the iPad are stunning.

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