The New Yorker just released its iPad app and it already has fans, especially those iPad users who were waiting for this electronic version of the venerable mag. But complaints about magazine titles on the iPad so far seem to center on the lack of a subscription service, which means buying the iPad version of your favorite magazine at issue prices close to newsstand offerings.
If you are a print subscriber, you may feel like paying $5 or $6 for something you already own is a bit much. So what if you want to choose between those glossy pages or the iPad download? After the break, a list of some popular magazines that offer iPad versions of their print issues, and what sort of extra content you can expect if you choose to go the electronic route. Check out the list when you read more.