NEW YORK, May 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Daily has announced that the top-selling news app will be available on smartphones beginning today with the launch of its iPhone app. Readers can download The Daily for free and will have access to a selection of stories from the newest issue every day. For just $1.99 a month or $19.99 a year, users can access the entire publication. The app will be available to iPad subscribers at no additional charge as part of their subscription.
"With The Daily now available on iPhones, readers will have immediate access to original editorial and news content, right in their pockets," said Jesse Angelo, editor-in-chief of The Daily.
"Being accessible to readers across all platforms has always been a top priority, and we're looking forward to broadening our presence in the mobile space," said Greg Clayman, publisher for The Daily.
The Daily, the No. 1 publication in Newsstand and the No. 3 top grossing iPad app for all of 2011, is the first and only national news publication created and designed for touchscreen devices. From breaking news and in-depth analysis to gossip, editorials, sports, business, and tech coverage, The Daily publishes more than 100 pages of original content each day, providing its readers with news that pops, as well as award-winning design and user experiences.
About The Daily
The Daily is a first-of-its-kind daily national news publication built exclusively as an application for tablet computing and emerging digital platforms. Now an app for tablets, phones, and Facebook, The Daily provides readers the engaging experience of a magazine combined with the immediacy of the web and the need-to-know content of a newspaper, all while elevating the user experience beyond the printed word. The Daily is a subscription-based news product published 365 days a year. It is the winner of the 2012 People's Voice Webby Award for best tablet news app, 2012 Appy Awards for Best Consumer Magazine/Newspaper, and has been nominated and selected for numerous editorial and design awards. For more information visit, www.thedaily.com, and The Daily on Facebook: http://apps.facebook.com/dailysocial/.
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