The digital magazine was launched as a fortnightly, free to download publication in 2008.
It was pared back to monthly distribution in February last year due to "market conditions", said John Kitchen, emerging platforms commercial director at Dennis.
According to Dennis, iGizmo has now recorded 70,000 iPad downloads since its launch last September. Kitchen said the publisher was confident in increasing the title's frequency as "the market has absolutely improved".
He said: "We have made this move as we've got loads of opportunity to grow because of the iGizmo app. The consumer technology market this year is also set to be really good".
Dennis is planning to run four special issues for iGizmo by December, which will focus on televisions, tablets, smartphones and cameras.
The change comes as Dennis' newstrade director Martin Belson is promoted to publisher of iGizmo and Monkey. He joins the emerging platforms division, which is dedicated to the creation of Dennis Publishing’s brands on new-media platforms.
David Barker, ex-head of client services at magazine distributor Seymour, has been recruited to fill the position of newstrade director.
Last year Dennis also launched men's magazine Monkey and car title evo on the iPad. The publisher says it has plans to launch "many more" enhanced iPad versions for its brands in 2011.
Martin Belson said: "This is an exciting time for iGizmo, and moving fortnightly will enable us to offer more content to our readers, as well as more exposure for our advertisers."
To read more about Dennis Publishing's digital strategy for 2011, read our 12 January interview with Dennis managing director, James Tye.
This article was first published on mediaweek.co.uk