Condé Nast following the iPad Edition of The New Yorker with an iOS of its section "Venues on city autour" application. Come on [iTunes] is a weekly list of New York art exhibitions, concerts and similar, connected to an interactive map.
Peter Kafka has details on other features of the application: as the recordings of New Yorker writers who will work as walking tours: food writer Calvin Trillin will lead the audience through his favorite restaurants and stores. architecture critic Paul Goldberger navigates to incredible high High Line park city.The app is free, but supported by the ad.
Condé Nast - the publishing company behind Wired, The New Yorker and many others - has been very active in the Apple ecosystem. The company released iPad editions of most of its titles and offers, subscriptions in-app to Apple a reduction of 30% of its revenues. Condé was recently reported that the iPad Edition of The New Yorker has over 100,000 readers.
Goings on: The New Yorker is available free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. [iTunes]