Magazine publisher, Condé Nast, is getting ready to create iPad versions for its Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and Glamour magazines, according to The New York Times.
While GQ will have a tablet-friendly version ready by April, Wired's version will come in June, with the New Yorker and Glamour getting their iPad versions by summer, said an internal memorandum on Monday.
The New York-based magazine publisher is no stranger to mobile technology. GQ has an iPhone app (pictured on the left) that sold over 15,000 copies last January.
NYT reports that the company will be testing a number of pricing techniques as well as approaches to digitizing the content until the fall. Editorial director of Condé Nast, Thomas J. Wallace, told the NYT that they "need to know a little bit more about what kind of product we can make, how consumers will respond to it, what the distribution system will be."