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Best iPad Newspaper App
Ignore the haters. This does a virtual newspaper in some ways that surpasses even the Times. Though lacking in rich multimedia content, I love the choice of the simulated print version—I no longer feel I am compromising with using a tablet as a Newspaper. It is a vast improvement on the last version. Good work guys.
Wiz Spellman on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Idiots!!!
Whatever prompted you to change a good app for this piece of garbage. In addition to the cumbersome interface for the print edition, it does not even work (!) in hotels where you have to log on to the network through a browser - it just continues to show the hotel page (though you can still see the print edition through its awful interface). Congrats Post - you have shown yourself to be non tech savvy again!
Random23345 on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Two steps forward, one step back
Some new features are a big plus, like access to the full print version and the ability to subscribe to blogs and columns. Performance isn't great, though, and changes to navigation and amount/organization if top level content seem unnecessary and an overall minus. I'm not a fan of chaining the app to the Newsstand but understand this is the way things are going for all publications. This is really an iOS problem - they need to let you create top level shortcuts for thing inside apps like Newsstand and Podcasts. If you only subscribe to one or two of these the additional navigation isn't worth it.
Dludwig on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Needs Quick Improvement
Version 2.0 is a big step backward but I won't repeat what others have said. WashPo should do two things ASAP: 1. allow subscribers to print version to get full access now & with no ads. 2. Allow subscribers to download all sections at once (not speaking of print edition). This latter was most important part of previous version of the app. Not having it now is so frustrating.
Deacon4364 on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Where's the content?
Blah. Underwhelmed. So much less content, I probably won't bother opening it any more. WP had become a favorite app and favorite source of news and and analysis. Ruined a good thing.
pjhermano on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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What happened?
I'm amenable to change but I can't download this new app; it will only open in the Apps Store, and the old one disappeared from my iPad. I also agree that it's difficult to navigate. Please, bring back the other version.
Erin L. on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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