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The Independent brought you the compact newspaper, and now i has brought you a compact electronic edition. Nevertheless the iPad version has exactly the same pages as its print counterpart, designed for people who want a concise, intelligent daily briefing.

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Issue downloads are fulfilled automatically once you click to download.

Can I set up a direct debit?

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How long does a download take?

When you open the app each day it will update with new content; you can then download that day's issue. 56 pages over broadband wi-fi will take under a minute.

How do I zoom in to an article?

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What time is each day's update normally available? And on what days?

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Can I go back over previous days if I missed a download? How far?

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Can I use the app when my iPad is not connected to the internet?

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What should I do if the app crashes or a downloaded edition fails to launch?

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Will the app be compatible with iOS 4.2.2?

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