The New Yorker is a weekly magazine offering a signature mix of reporting and commentary on politics, international affairs, popular culture and the arts, science and technology, and business, along with fiction, poetry, humor, and cartoons. The magazine is available in print at newsstands and by subscription. We also publish each week’s full issue in an app for tablets and smartphones, available for download through the App Store, Google Play, or Amazon.
In addition, digital subscribers have access to our complete archive, which includes a digital replica of every issue of the print magazine, from 1925 to today. We also offer an E Ink edition for Kindle and Nook, editions through Zinio and Next Issue Media, and an audio edition of selected pieces from audible.com.
Our Web site, newyorker.com, features every article from each new issue of the magazine, plus more than fifteen daily dispatches from New Yorker writers and artists, as well as podcasts, videos, slide shows, interactive graphics, and the Cartoon Caption Contest. For a limited time, the contents of each new issue of The New Yorker, along with every piece we’ve published since 2007, will be free to read on newyorker.com. Later in the year, all visitors to the site will be able to enjoy a limited number of Web-only and magazine articles each month at no charge, while subscribers who have chosen a digital plan will have unlimited access to newyorker.com, as well as to our magazine app and the complete archive.
The Goings On app, a free guide to New York City culture from the staff of The New Yorker, is available from the App Store and Google Play.