Check Out Our New iPad App

We have been feverishly working on the launch of our new and completely revamped iPad app, which just hit the iTunes store this past weekend.

Once you download your free copy, you will instantly notice its look is elegant and sleek, and it combines our magazine and web content in one, easy to navigate, comprehensive experience.  We're combining our award-winning web content with the print editions, which are released ten times a year.  Our annual Fiction Issue is also available in the store now.

As we believe good ideas are worth sharing, TwitterFacebook, and email buttons are prominently displayed at the top of each article, allowing you to easily pass along content to friends and family.

The web content is available to read offline once you've updated (perfect for a traveler like me who often finds himself in spotty coverage areas or on flights without WiFi).  And - based on my reading of your comments in the iTunes store - you'll be glad to know that if you are a subscriber to the print edition, you have access to all magazine content without additional charges.  If you are not, you can peruse our free content, download whichever issue you want for $4.99, or buy a digital-only subscription for just $21.99.

Download our new app on iTunes and share your thoughts with us.

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From the publisher

Jay Lauf is a 23-year veteran of the publishing industry with stints on both the editorial and business sides at newspapers, trade and consumer magazines, and websites. Prior to joining The Atlantic in 2008 as VP/Publisher, he was the publisher of Wired magazine.

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