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And now with forced ads !
So we were made to pay for the online access - OK, that's not unreasonable. But now were forced to endure advertising banners across the bottom that cannot be terminated. What a distraction to enjoying the newspaper you've paid for. Come on people, pick one. Take our money or our eyeballs, but not both. I hope saner heads will prevail and the banners disappear in next release. Otherwise this might be the end of a 30-year relationship. Remember, ads are worthless without readers.
Fast Cayman on Sep 9, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Completely Unusable App
Thank goodness Bezos bought the paper as I hope he can take a useless app and make it useful. I've never used something so bad.
josephavellino on Sep 8, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Works fine for me!
Glad to have this available, no crashing problems for my iPad.
kwajkid on Sep 4, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Dreadful Disappointment
The app worked great up until the latest update--now it crashes frequently, the crossword can't be played because the sponsorship ad crashes and the puzzle disappears. Use the feedback feature in the app to tell WaPo and no one ever responds. Big disappointment.
Cranky Man on Sep 3, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Unhappy in Maryland
Was working very well until the update. Now crashing every time. 9-3-13 For the last two days been unable to access the crossword puzzle. I need to say also that I have no idea what the advertisement is selling. Please fix.
Happy in Maryland on Sep 3, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Doesn't meet standards set by other great digital publications
I love the institution, the newspaper, the coverage, the writers. I think the digital platform needs to go. It's difficult to navigate and feels unresponsive. Feels like a glorified PDF platform and sluggishly moves through content. Don't feel like I get value for my digital premium subscription.
faustivus on Sep 2, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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