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The Daily Approaches One Million Downloads

Michael Wolff might hate The Daily, but according to its Publisher, Greg Clayman, there are close to one million people who like it. Well, okay, one million downloads doesn’t mean one million people, but still, it’s a landmark achievement for the iPad newspaper.

Techcrunch reports that The Daily is doing well financially as well:

When asked by editor Erick Schonfeld whether or not the iPad app was doing well, Clayman revealed that it has been downloaded close to a million times, in the sixty days since its launch on February 2nd. ‘This puts us in the large pantheon of large news apps … We are consistently now in the top grossing apps, in the top ten or top twelve. Today we’re number three,’ Clayman said.

We patiently await Wolff’s rebuttal.

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