Plans for iPad Versions of GQ, Wired, The New Yorker and More from Condé Nast

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GQ on iPhone

Newspapers and magazines must be up very high on the list of  ‘can’t wait to see it on iPad’ items.  So it’s always good to hear a bit of news on plans for leading titles that are coming to the iPad, and when we should expect to see them.  Like this from a New York Times report today:

Condé Nast’s plans for the iPad tablet computer from Apple are getting firmer.

The company already has an iPhone version of GQ.
The first magazines for which it will create iPad versions are Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and Glamour, the company plans to announce in an internal memorandum on Monday.

And a little more on when we’ll see these titles:

GQ will have a tablet version of its April issue ready. Vanity Fair and Wired will follow with their June issues, and The New Yorker and Glamour will have issues in the summer (the company has not yet determined the exact timing for those).

That sounds very good.  I’m especially looking forward to seeing Wired in this new format.

Via: The New York Times

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2 thoughts on “Plans for iPad Versions of GQ, Wired, The New Yorker and More from Condé Nast”

  1. The magazines and newspapers that are early adopters and create their products in the iPad format are smart. Long ago I gave up reading newspapers & magazines since dealing with a pile of paper was a total hassle. I would actually get a magazine subscription again if they had a version for the iPad.
    I would like to see Forbes get on the iPad.

    1. Yeah, I reached that same stage with newspapers and especially magazines – always seemed to have stacks of unread issues piling up in too many places round the house and office. I like the idea of digital subscriptions as well, as long as the pricing is right.

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