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The Five Most Popular Condé Nast Magazines Apps

Yesterday FishbowlNY told you that Condé Nast - and The New Yorker specifically – is enjoying quite a bit of success in digital form. Today WWD has collected some rough reports from other Condé titles, because nothing is more fun than a little competition, right?

The figures are only estimates, so don’t go bragging to your friends about your favorite magazine being the most popular. Hopefully you wouldn’t do that anyway, but we just thought we’d warn you.

Below are the five most popular Condé magazine apps from June, taking into account “a lump sum of single-copy buyers, readers who have purchased bundled digital and print subscriptions and print subscribers who have raised their hand for digital access, free of charge:”

  1. The New Yorker: 89,684
  2. Wired: 45,867
  3. GQ: 35,862
  4. Vanity Fair: 27,138
  5. Glamour: 15,291
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