Introducing FP for iPad

Attention iPad users: Your wait is over. Foreign Policy is pleased to announce the launch of its free new iPad app providing readers an engaging, convenient, and portable way to access FP‘s award-winning coverage of global politics, economics, and ideas. Offering exclusive insights from the world’s leading journalists, analysts, scholars, and policymakers, and dedicated to ...

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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Attention iPad users: Your wait is over.

Foreign Policy is pleased to announce the launch of its free new iPad app providing readers an engaging, convenient, and portable way to access FP's award-winning coverage of global politics, economics, and ideas. Offering exclusive insights from the world's leading journalists, analysts, scholars, and policymakers, and dedicated to the proposition that the world is anything but a boring place, FP now brings its provocative writing, gripping reportage, engrossing photography, and up-to-the-minute blog commentary to the iPad user's fingertips, taking readers from the inner councils of the U.S. State Department to the booming cities of Asia to the front lines of the Arab revolutions, and beyond -- whenever and wherever you choose.

The app, downloadable at no charge in the Apple iTunes store, has already received high ratings for translating FP's "superb editorial sensibility into a format that is colorful and engaging," the ratings site MINonline wrote. "The reading experience is perfect for the iPad."

Attention iPad users: Your wait is over.

Foreign Policy is pleased to announce the launch of its free new iPad app providing readers an engaging, convenient, and portable way to access FP‘s award-winning coverage of global politics, economics, and ideas. Offering exclusive insights from the world’s leading journalists, analysts, scholars, and policymakers, and dedicated to the proposition that the world is anything but a boring place, FP now brings its provocative writing, gripping reportage, engrossing photography, and up-to-the-minute blog commentary to the iPad user’s fingertips, taking readers from the inner councils of the U.S. State Department to the booming cities of Asia to the front lines of the Arab revolutions, and beyond — whenever and wherever you choose.

The app, downloadable at no charge in the Apple iTunes store, has already received high ratings for translating FP‘s “superb editorial sensibility into a format that is colorful and engaging,” the ratings site MINonline wrote. “The reading experience is perfect for the iPad.”

Download it now.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating

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