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The New Yorker Magazine Newsstand App Finally Optimized For iPhone 5

At long last, The New Yorker Magazine, the universal iOS app of the renowned weekly of the same name, has been optimized for iPhone 5. It's a development that had been long-overdue. The New Yorker Magazine for iPhone was released in August last year, almost two years after the launch of its original iPad version. The iPhone 5 was then launched in September, followed by the fifth-generation iPod touch the next month. But it's only now that the reading-intensive app has been updated to fully support the 4-inch Retina display of the iPhone 5 and the fifth-generation iPod touch. Look, ma, no more black bars! The app has also been updated with fixes for issues with background downloads for both its iPhone and iPad editions. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. The New Yorker Magazine offers the following features:
  • A video introduction to The New Yorker app for iPhone, featuring Lena Dunham and Jon Hamm (iPhone only)
  • Multimedia, including video, audio, infographics, slide shows, archival articles, and primary source documents
  • Sharing on Twitter, Facebook, and via e-mail
  • A weekly slide show of all the current issue’s cartoons, plus five archival bonus cartoons per issue
  • Entry in the Cartoon Caption Contest directly from the app
  • Links to updated web content, for perspectives on the news of the day
  • Place-holding within articles
  • Multiple navigation tools
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, The New Yorker Magazine is available in the App Store as a free Newsstand app. One-month and one-year auto-renewable subscriptions are offered in the app for $5.99 and $59.99, respectively. The New Yorker Magazine is included in AppAdvice's Best Newsstand Magazine Apps for iPad AppGuide. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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