In a tremendously fitting move, The Onion has released its native iPad app on April Fool's Day. Now you can get your fill of stories, images and videos—from both the web and the TV show—on non-existent happenings from America's Finest News Source. It's free and up for grabs now. [iTunes]
The Onion Releases Its Real iPad App On The Day That Everything Else Is Fake
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