Editor and Publisher Simon Wallace has launched Toronto's first iPad magazine. Exclusively available to tablet users, the 'Toronto Tempest' is revolutionizing the delivery of online publication, and will moreover delve into a slew of hot topics.
According to Wallace, the Toronto Tempest iPad magazine will feature articles on poetry, feminism and violence -- topics that are seldom covered within this digital platform. For the online user in search of something fresh and intelligible, this periodical may be just the right answer.
Fully embracing a growing iPad magazine movement, the Toronto Tempest is now being sold on iTunes and will be available on a bi-monthly basis. In the future, Wallace hopes to expand the enterprise by teaming up with the Android and iPhone digital markets.
The 'Toronto Tempest' Set to Release Bi-Monthly Issues on the iPad
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