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New York Times Releases Kindle Fire App

The New York Times has released an app for the fancy Kindle — the Kindle Fire — with free access to content through July 31. After that, just like the Times website, all cheapskates will be prompted to pay up after viewing three free articles per day. Times subscribers with the digital package will have complete access to the app.

The Fire app offers pretty much what you’d expect: offline reading, the ability to save articles across digital platforms, sharing options, and more.

Kindle Fire owners can download the Times app at the Amazon Appstore.

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Vogue Launches Tablet Edition

Vogue is now available digitally. Starting today, the fashion magazine can be downloaded on the Nook, Nook Color, Kindle Fire and iPad. To make the launch enticing, each platform is offering free trials and Vogue’s print and digital editions are available now for only $19.99, over 50 percent off the cover price.

The digital launch coincides with Vogue’s April issue, featuring Jennifer Lopez or J. Lo or whatever the hell she likes to be called now. In a profile by Jonathan Van Meter, Lopez reveals that she wears a diamond ring that spells, “I love me.”

Jenny From The Block, everyone!

New York Post Launches New Kindle Fire App

Add the New York Post to the growing list of publications that are releasing apps optimized for the Kindle Fire and in this case, other seven-inch Android tablets too.

“This app adds to our array of critically-acclaimed and successful applications,” said Aimee RamettaNew York Post vice president of marketing. “The New York Post is the number one news app and the eighth-highest grossing app in iTunes.”

Subscribers will receive all key sections of the paper including News, Page Six, Opinion, Pulse, Business and Sports, an exclusive photo gallery, access to NYPost.com, offline access to photos and stories and social media integration. The app is available today in Amazon’s Android Appstore.