June 28, 2011 12:13

NME launches Jack White iPad app

There's also a new special Icons issue of NME dedicated to the ex-White Stripes man

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NME has launched a new iPad app, which gives you the chance to take in the history of one the most celebrated characters in rock'n'roll of the last 15 years, Jack White.

The app contains detailed insights into White's early life, his pursuits as part of The White Stripes, the forming of The Dead Weather and The Raconteurs and a full report into his work on 'Rome', a new album he has contributed to alongside Dangermouse and Norah Jones.

There are also never before seen photo galleries, videos and audio clips included as part of the package. For more information and how to purchase the app, visit iTunes.com.apple.com/nme-icons.

A one-off NME Icons special issue magazine dedicated to White is also available from all good retailers. For all the details on that and how to purchase the magazine, visit Backstreet-merch.com.

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