Vanity Fair Digital Edition

Vanity Fair Digital Edition

By Condé Nast Digital

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2011-04-06
  • Current Version: 5.7
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 12.83 MB
  • Developer: Condé Nast Digital
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.67127
From 2,753 Ratings


Experience Vanity Fair’s high-profile interviews, stunning photography, and thought-provoking features in a whole new way. The Vanity Fair app delivers the look and feel of the print magazine to your iPad and iPhone, redefining storytelling for the digital age through the use of interactive graphics, galleries, and video. If you purchase a subscription in the App store, you can also enjoy unlimited access to, including the archive collections. Follow the prompts to “Complete Account Setup,” then use your email and password to log in to For questions about the Vanity Fair app, please call 1-800-667-0015. SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period (another year for annual subscribers, another month for monthly subscribers) unless you change your subscription preferences in your account settings. You can manage your subscriptions through your Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Please go to for more information. Privacy policy and terms of use can be found at



  • Worse than New Yorker app

    By jfalick
    At least on the New Yorker app you can adjust text size. That’s not even an option here. Pinching to zoom decreases readability so that’s useless. Why can’t Condé Nast come up with a decent app? It can’t be that hard. Many other magazines have figured it out (compare The Atlantic). Very disappointing. What’s worse, from my communications with them they don’t actually care. They merely confirm their apps’ shortcomings as if these were simply insurmountable.
  • Loading

    By Zulekhaaaa
    Loading very slow
  • Bring back Grayson

    By Ron Florida
    The feminine slant to your articles ruined the content. Good luck on becoming “Women’s Magazine.”
  • Slow and clunky screen freezes

    By vfappnogood
    Other apps don’t do this so not my device
  • Fix the network problem and you've got a winner

    By YCHIJ3K
    Beautiful app and easy to use once you practice a bit. The only downside is not being able to delete old issues to save storage space. The “delete after X months” feature doesn’t appear to work on any of my - admittedly, not new - devices.
  • Condé Nast flops again with iPad app

    By EJHSr
    The app is currently stuck on the inside cover photo of the most recent issue and I can’t get to the content. I don’t think anyone designing digital media at Condé Nast actually reads magazines in any format or they would not persist in making it more difficult and unpleasant to read their products. Like AD which recently launched, then corrected an unfortunate redo of their digital app, vanity Fair is one if the better magazines to read on an iPad. Better than print in my view. That is until they start “improving” the apps and failing repeatedly to make anything better.
  • Not intuitive and responsive.

    By Maswereni
    I find it hard to navigate the app. When want to browse through the magazine, I can’t proceed past the magazine cover. Help! What and I doing wrong?
  • Can’t read this one. Stuck on cover page

    By Cloverfield Monster
    Repeat. Can’t navigate or go beyond cover page.
  • Feature request: add font size setting

    By Mixofia
    Love the content, but it’s easier to read from Apple News with the font size set larger. This feature should be added to the app.
  • Badly designed

    By Slighthound
    Clunky interface. No landscape mode. No onscreen icon for font size. Thumbnails are huge. The New Yorker’s app is perfectly adequate, so I don’t understand why (1) why CondeNast created a separate app interface for VF, and (2) this interface wasn’t run by a UX person—easily accessible font scaling and landscape are such basic readability functions.