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Can somebody perhaps identify the exact fonts in use by The New Yorker's iOS app, esp. those shown the sample below? I find the whole app very well designed (both in terms of graphic design, functionality, and indeed beauty and content :)

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The sans used for captions is Neutraface 2. (found that out by going to The New Yorker's website and looking at their CSS).

The text face was identified by WhatTheFont! as LTC Caslon Regular and it looks pretty much close to really being so.

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+1 also for introducing WhatTheFont! –  Drux Feb 26 '13 at 12:45
    
@Drux I'm still surprised there are people not knowing it. :) Even tag description for "font-identification" you used clearly points to the WhatTheFont first. –  MarcinWolny Feb 26 '13 at 22:36
    
@MarcinWolny are you also surprised that some people (and still) are not seeing who added which tags? :) –  Drux Feb 27 '13 at 10:20

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