While Adobe's coders are struggling with Objective C to rewrite Wired, Conde Nast just released another of its publications to the App Store; Vanity Fair. Nice touch, it's fully universal so one purchase will get you the current issue on all your iDevices.
With Vanity Fair, Conde Nast didn't try to reinvent print on the iPad as it did with Wired. What they did however, is try to provide a bit of extra content on it, called App Exclusives. This month, you'll be getting an extended version of their "Good-bye Lost" and "One Bewitching Coed" stories featuring Emma Watson. About that, trying to lure us into buying their first iPad edition with screenshots of Emma Watson and Lost is really a great move if you ask me, but enough said.
There are two ways to read Vanity Fair on your device. In landscape, VF is simply a digital replica of the paper edition. In portrait on the other hand, the magazine promises you a more "interactive reading experience" aka a different layout with a couple videos.
Just like Popular Science and Time magazine, every issue of Vanity Fair will come as a separate app that you'll have to buy individually. The pricing is on par with print, or $5 per issue. Further editions will however be priced lower at $4.
How is your iPad/iPhone magazine experience so far? Tell us in the comments.