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LONDON — Readers on the run will now be able to flip through Vogue Paris — and share images from the title — on their iPhones.
Condé Nast France said Friday it has developed a version of the magazine tailored to the Apple device, allowing readers to download a PDF version or read the magazine in a format designed for mobile phone screens.
Users will be able to view the title in portrait or landscape formats and share images on Facebook, Twitter and e-mail. They will also be able to buy back issues of Vogue Paris in the new format.
The app is available to download immediately, and the June-July issue is free, according to Condé Nast France. Future issues will be 3.59 euros, or $4.67 at current exchange, compared with 4.90 euros, or $6.37, for the print edition.