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The Washington Post for iPad app is free until February, after which users will be charged for access.
News360 uses iPhone's GPS function to deliver targeted news from up to 10,000 sources.
AT&T's new free VoterHub app helps users register to vote, find the closest polling locations, and know who will be on the ballot before they get there.
The weekly magazine takes a first step into the mobile device arena with a free offering from its quarterly sister magazine.
The New York Times has replaced the previous "Editor's Choice" edition of its iPad app with a full-content edition, including 25 sections and even new Photos and Videos sections. All content is free to users until 2011, when the organization joins an increasing number of peers by putting a paywall around some content.
Now it is easier to import your Google Reader RSS feeds into the newspaper-style reader. You can also save articles to Instapaper.
On Monday, publisher Conde Nast added The New Yorker to its growing list of publications with custom iPad apps for reading magazine issues.
The U.K. publication, The Daily Telegraph, has released The Telegraph for iPad, which includes daily updates of content.
A seemingly minor update to this "personal social magazine" for reading Twitter and Facebook on an iPad brings a number of user requested features. You can now add up to 21 sections, retweet with comment,
CBS News has released a CBS News for iPad app, giving it improved performance and updated features including sharing, landscape, and search.
This iPad version of this Mac news reader brings a customizable newspaper experience to reading news feeds on your iPad.
Fever is a Web-based, self-hosted newsreader alternative to Google Reader for power users and news junkies. Now, its unique features have arrived on the iPad as a native app.
Statistics and puppets are surprisingly similar: you can make either one say anything you want. Also, Apple’s taking some unorthodox iPod accessory makers to court and The New York Times is apparently going to help publications make iPad apps.
CNN has released an international news app for the iPhone, and is offering it for free to users outside the U.S.
ABC has released a news app for the iPad that features an innovative interface and a number of useful features.