Condé Nast Debuts Digital Versions Of The New Yorker And Wired For Android

Beginning this spring, Condé Nast will roll out the inaugural digital magazine editions for Android with tablet versions of The New Yorker and Wired.  Condé is first focusing on the Motorola XOOM and plans to add content to other Android devices in the future.  Condé Nast president Robert Sauerberg discussed his company’s plans to offer readers a variety of ways to interact with their content.

We intend to deliver our award-winning content to consumers on a variety of platforms and devices and are pleased to add Android tablets to our offerings.

Demo versions of The New Yorker and Wired will be unveiled on Android 3.0 at Mobile World Congress starting today in Barcelona.  Condé Nast already has released digital apps for many of their titles including Glamour, The New Yorker, GQ, Wired, andVanity Fair on the iPad, iPhone, Kindle, and Nook.