The official iOS app of Vanity Fair, the popular culture and fashion magazine published by Condé Nast, has finally gone universal.
Vanity Fair was first launched on iOS as a universal app in May 2010. But nearly a year later, Condé Nast discontinued the iPhone edition in favor of an iPad-only edition aptly called Vanity Fair iPad Edition.
Vanity Fair iPad Edition made the move to Newsstand in October 2011. It’s this very same Newsstand app that has just been made universal with support for iPhone and iPod touch. As a result, the app has been renamed Vanity Fair Digital Edition.
Of course, the official iOS app of Vanity Fair still promises to deliver the same great content found in the magazine’s physical pages:
Experience Vanity Fair’s high-profile interviews, stunning photography, and thought-provoking features in a whole new way. The redesigned Vanity Fair app delivers the look and feel of the print magazine to your device even as it redefines storytelling for the Digital Age through the use of interactive graphics, galleries, and video.
Now optimized for iPhone and iPod touch as well as iPad, Vanity Fair Digital Edition is available in the App Store for free. Being a Newsstand app, the app is compatible with iDevices running iOS 5.0 or later.
A single issue of the magazine is offered for $4.99. But auto-renewable monthly and yearly subscriptions are also available for $1.99 and $19.99, respectively.
If you’re already a print subscriber of Vanity Fair, just enter your subscription information in the app to get complete access for free.