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CompanyCondé Nast Digital
App Rating7.24 / 1134
App Update2010.06.19 21:31
App Price$4.99
Apps download150 / 56 / 10
App RequirementsiPad. iPhone OS 3.2 or later.
App support languagesEnglish
App Size527 MB
  This application is available at the Apple iTunes AppStore.
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Download WIRED and be the first to experience this groundbreaking magazine with exclusive iPad content. Go behind the scenes of Pixar’s Toy Story 3. Spin our interactive Mars map to see the human impact on the Red Planet. Hang out in the recording studio with Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor. See the greatest special effects in modern film—all in one reel. It’s the WIRED vision of how technology is changing the world—and it’s only on the iPad.

In the June issue of WIRED, you’ll find:

• The inside scoop on how a commando team rescues hostages, how Cheetos are made, and how great jokes get written.
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• The best new LED TVs, tested and rated.

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• A video journey aboard a real Con Air flight.
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• Expanded slide shows, video, music, and more

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THE GOOD... Like others have said, this is what digital magazines should all aspire to be...slick UI...eye candy throughout...easy to navigate...and lots of elements that obviously cannot be replicated in print media, taking full advantage of the iPad's features. If you're an advertiser, I can see the biggest benefits going in their direction. The publisher can now work with the advertisers to integrate videos into their ads and display multiple panels within a single ad (although 10 screens within the Fidelity ad is a bit much I think). The Mercedes ad is one good example of integrated video. Doesn't get forced on you, but is there if you want to check it out. Nice. Navigation is straight-forward and easy to use. Although the layout of pages may take time to get used to it as it isn't very intuitive that some pages have vertical scrolling for the rest of the article...otherwise if you press the next button or drag across the page you'll skip the rest of the story. You have to keep an eye on the gray vertical scrollbar to see if there is more content on the current panel. Text is very easy to read, even with my less than average eyesight. THE BAD... With that said, I gave it 4 stars because although there is obviously extra production work involved to convert the print edition to the digital format, the price really needs to come down a bit for the masses to comfortably consume. With the print version available at 83 cents each (12 issues for 10 bucks), and many of the features easily accessible for free on Wired's web site, a single issue in the digital format should not cost the equivalent of 1/2 year's subscription rate, especially since the duplication cost is near null -- a far cry from the cost of paper/ink/distribution/postage of the printed format. You would think some of their savings would be passed down. If nothing else, I think if you purchase the printed copy and want the digital version for your iPad's travels, then there should be some sort of discount eligibility. I found myself trying to zoom by pinching the screen, but the UI offers an icon to click that provides a nice way to zoom out to see thumbnails of the pages and/or an easy index of the articles, so pinching isn't really required. An issue more with the iPad OS than anything else, if you click any links that launch Safari, you obviously have to close the browser, and re-open the digital magazine each time. It's a good thing it remembers the page where you left off. Finally, at over 1/2 gigabyte for this premiere issue, one could quickly fill up the 16GB iPad as you watch the green Apps bar grow in size with syncs of future editions. Obviously the videos are the culprit here and maybe an option to offload them would be nice. But...all the videos and multimedia elements are definitely what makes this stand apart from the print version -- so owners of the larger capacity iPad's probably won't think twice about it. BOTTOM LINE: One of the best digital magazines out there yet.
No sharing! No bookmarking! No previous button! No copy/paste! No special layout for touch screens! No pinching or zooming! It hurts me to say that even Popular Science did a better job. Don't waste your money and stick to the RSS feed until Wired gets their act together.
...with little interactive or "rich" content except the ads, of which there are PLENTY. I would hope that a $5 "magazine" - with no printing or delivery costs - would cost less than the print version. For me: $2, yes; $5, no.
The interface is beautiful and I love the way you can interact with the content. However, I dislike the size of the file; your not exactly going to want to store a lot of these 500mb behemoths. I also don't like how wired hasn't made clear the cost of future editions. In other magazine apps, it's clear that an issue will cost 3-5$. A rip off obviously, but there is no indication here on how much wired will charge. It better be cheap. If not, I'd be hard pressed to give up my $10 a year print version + free online content for an overpriced app.
 Kevin Rochowski
First off, the magazine is a great showcase for how magazines can work in the digital age, MUCH better than the Popular Science + app. BUT, Just to be clear, I WILL NOT pay 4.99 an issue for this. I expect either 1.99 a digital issue, or a subscription that is the same as the print edition. Once the pricing is fixed, I will be a regular buyer of the magazine.
I am completely in awe. It feels like I'm reading a Harry Potter newspaper. Complete magic.
I had assumed this was a year's subscription, after all they are saving all that printing and distribution cost. But no, this is ONE ISSUE ONLY. Seems like a simple straightforward rip off. I wish this was made a little clearer before I purchased. I can get a paper subscription to an entire year for $10 after all.
 Noah David
Hoping that the subscription model makes this application worth my while vs. having the issues delivered to my door for $1 an issue. Until then, I like the navigation within the app, and the interactive features are pretty slick. Kudos to the WIRED team!
Loved the interactive components such as the 360 mars infographic. The article about the iPad was philosophical BS though. I'm a hardcore geek and I don't get people who don't get the iPad. It's spearheading a new computing paradigm which if it were not, this Wired issue wouldn't be.
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I dare you to download this magazine and not be impressed. Every page (ads included) are formatted to work in both Landscape and Portrait. A must-have for first time iPad users. Design at it's best.
I have seen the future of print journalism, and this is it. Nothing short of amazing. Be sure to check out the perfectly executed orientation switching (particularly on the front cover.) If you're a magazine publisher, and you don't start stealing ideas left and right from this app, you'd better hope your 401k is ready to pay for an early retirement.
Costs to much. The extras are not enough to make this app worth 4.99. I will be passing on next months issue if the price stays at 4.99.
Why twice the print version (for a yearly subscription)? Seems you really want to sock it to us. Now I will cancel my print version and just get it free off the net.
The app is a decent start to the world of digital reading, etc, but could have been much better. Without mention of the ads that take over the app, the UI is very much like a PDF. (as a lot of people have been saying). Side scrolling, with some that scroll down as well. Basically looks like you're flipping through pictures of the pages. The "embedded" videos don't play on the page, rather open in full screen, which is ok. I was expecting more of a "Harry Potter newspaper" type of experience, which this is not. And at $5 an issue, you might as well subscribe for the tree killer and get a whole year for $10. Come on, for $5 there should be more content and no ads.
$5 an issue and nearly every other page is an advertisement? Come on, that's ridiculous. I'll stick with the printed version until they figure out a better price or get rid of the ads!
File size was a shocker, didn't realize the size until after I bought it and it took forever to load. The UI is nice, but flowing though the issue is weird, could of been more intuitive. Not as much bonus content as I'd like for the price tag and seems to be missing alot of the social tools I'm used to seeing along with bookmarking and zooming. Much rather read the print issue.
For 5 bucks there should not be any ads. What? I'm paying now to see ads? This should be 99 cents.
Really Wired? Really? All that hype and this is what we get? Ok, Wired is a bit better than the other iPad magazines out there but thats not saying much because they are simply horrible. Where is font sizing? All you did was photo-copy the print. Lame! Did you even consider accessibility? Not all people have 20/20 vision. Take a look at iBook and learn a thing or two. It's free to download. Where is search? Where is copy/paste? Where is this extra content you speak of that is worth the $4 that you want us to pay over the print? Where? If you are going to be this lame and charge $4 more than the print, then how about getting rid of the ads? Where is inline browser sheet? Really? I have to leave this app to link to a Web page? That is so iPhone 2.0.
First thing you will notice about this app is that it is inundated with ads. I couldn't find the content between the ads, and for 5 bucks, I expect at least fewer ads than the print version--or none. Some of the content is neat, but it is extremely buggy. The "3D view of Mars couldn't focus on the text boxes that animated from the planet's orbit, for example. Other neat content features are difficult to find or perform poorly. I assume this is due to rewriting the code from Flash rather than creating it completely natively, but I could be wrong. I'm very disappointed with this app. For all the excitement surrounding its release, it feels like a PDF version of the magazine with a few interactive features and page after page (after page) of ads.

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