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There's a new 2000AD iPad app out right in time for the latest Programme's Wednesday publication date.

The app, which also runs on the iPhone and iPod Touch, is free and comes with a gratis 69-page sampler. Like what you see and you can continue buying Progs on a one-off basis for £1.99 a go, or save a bit by taking out a one-, three- or 12-month subscription for £8, £21 and £75, respectively.

Subs currently bundle a one, two and three months' back issues as freebies, respectively.

2000AD app

Squaxx Dek Thargo with Android devices are out of luck - there's no dedicated app yet, though individual issues can be bought and download from the 2000AD website.

Or from the likewise Rebellion-owned Clickwheel, which sells them for less - £1.49 an issue; £62.49 for an annual sub - but you have a wait a week for the latest issue to appear.

You can download the 2000AD app from iTunes. ®

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