The Guardian iPad Edition Is in the App Store Now

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Sometime last night The Guardian iPad Edition was released, and it’s available now in the App Store.

It’s a free app for a limited time, then available via subscription at £9.99 per month (around $16/month) for six issues per week (Monday-Saturday). Here’s the opening of its App Store intro:

The Guardian iPad edition beautifully re-imagines the newspaper for the iPad. Each issue showcases our comprehensive international reporting, thoughtful commentary, award-winning sports journalism and unique approach to coverage of culture, science, the environment, media and technology.

And some of its key features:

– daily editions from Monday to Saturday including all content from the main section of the Guardian newspaper, G2 and the Media, Education, Society and Film & Music sections
– on Saturday, the Sport, cultural Review, Travel, Family, Money and Work sections are all included along with the main section of the paper
– full compatibility with Apple’s newsstand service – background downloading of each issue
– editions from the last month available in the archive
– all article and picture content downloaded for reading offline
– stunning photojournalism and full screen cartoons
– video embedded in articles viewable when online
– share stories via Facebook, Twitter and email
– swipe to navigate between sections or stories
– related articles within the edition highlighted
– related online articles open in an in-app browser
– “back page” showcase of the latest news, video and comment from the Guardian website

I’ve installed the app but haven’t had a chance to take a look at it yet – but I’m looking forward to spending a lot of time with it this evening and will definitely review it once I’ve got to know it well.

Here’s an App Store link for The Guardian iPad Edition.


Patrick Jordan

Founder and Editor in Chief of iPad Insight. Husband, father to a lovely daughter, Commander of the Armies of the North, dog lover (especially Labs), Austinite, former Londoner, IT consultant, huge sports nut, iPad and mobile tech blogger, mobile apps junkie.

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