Comedian Advertises the New Yorker app for Apple’s iPad

The advert is directed by Roman Coppola. In it Jason Schwartzman, from Scott Pilgrim vs The World, shows us how to get the best out of the New Yorker iPad app. He uses it in the shower, while singing and playing the piano, and even demonstrates while jumping into a swimming pool backwards! Have a look here.

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