From the Editors
Finally, after months of tweaking to incorporate all pages, sections, and sidebars, we are happy to announce the new Jadaliyya iPad App! And, آًكيد, it's free, and includes our expanded Arabic section or, as Fouad Ajami says, عarabic section.
Previously, you had to access Jadaliyya via the tiny iPhone App on the iPad. Not only is the App in full resolution today, but it actually covers all Jadaliyya content and pages, divided into rows of pages that you can flick through.
Once you land on a page/post, and finish, just flick to the left with your finger to get to the next post, or click the drop-down menu above to go to another page/section altogether. You can easily share content with others from within the app on any page.
We have to be honest: we really like it, and we use it! The toughest part was to wait (from July) for its official launch while we fixed glitches and refined utility. Please do email us at email@example.com if you notice something funny or if you have recommendations for adding features to the next update.
You can also access Jadaliyya's Vimeo, YouTube, and Twitter accounts for videos, announcements, and commentary. Big thanks go to Khalid, our IT guru, for seeing it through completion.
Go to the App by clicking here in case you did not see the button above or you prefer text links.
iPad App Screenshots
If you prefer, email your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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