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The New Yorker Launches iPhone App

For those of you who enjoy reading things on a tiny screen, we have good news: The New Yorker has launched an iPhone app.

According to the magazine, the app features “every story, every cartoon, every em dash, every illustration, and the new issue is available each Monday.” There are also video and music clips.

The New Yorker iPhone app is free this week, after that it is $5.99 per issue or $59.99 per year. Print, iPad and Kindle subscribers get it for free.

If you’re especially bored today, here is a video of Lena Dunham and others introducing the app.

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