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I’m used to seeing plenty in the iPhone app store that I don’t think warrants being charged for, so I’m not really surprised that Conde Nast has moved away from free apps – Style.com and Wired Product Reviews, both of which just repackaged existing content in an iPhone-friendly way – to charging for an app – iReddit – that lets you access Reddit.
As you’d expect, the community has something to say about that. Fairly good-natured from what I’ve read, but then this isn’t Digg.