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New Apps & New Comics!

Thanks for making 2011 a year to be remembered. DailyINK has gone through many upgrades and changes this year as we strive to bring you the very best comic-reading experience available. Here are a few new items to look out for now and in the new year.

DailyINK for AndroidAttention: Android Fans!

We’re happy to say, the wait is over! The DailyINK app is now available for Android phones. Thanks for your patience.

Click here to download or search “DailyINK” in the Android Market. As always, the app is absolutely free for current subscribers. After you download, let us know what you think on the DailyINK Facebook page or in the DailyINK Forums. Of course you can email support@dailyink.com if you have any trouble.

NEW Comics

GILAlong with all your favorite classic and vintage comics, our editorial team is hard at work to bring you new and exciting strips each year. A longtime DailyINK favorite, cartoonist Norm Feuti is proud to launch his second syndicated comic, GIL. Read more about GIL here and check back in January for new strips every day.

Vintage fans, keep an eye out for new material. We’ve heard your requests, so look out for more vintage runs of the strips you know and love. We’re working on ways to involve you in the selection process, so keep your eyes on The Archivist.

We are sad to report the end of syndication for OLLIE & QUENTIN by Piers Baker as of December 31. While new strips will no longer be available, starting in January DailyINK fans can revisit the entire four-year run from the beginning.

Your continued loyalty is something we are truly thankful for. Happy Holidays and we look forward to another year of bringing you the world’s best comics.

Sincerely,

Your Friends at DailyINK

P.S. Still looking for that last-minute gift? Skip the mall and share some laughter. Click here to purchase a gift subscription to DailyINK.

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