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Content fine; app poor
It takes forever to load; it sometimes will not load until the third try; once you finally get to the item you want (if you ever do) it frequently crashes. I use the web site instead.
jackbirdmd on Oct 16, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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What happened
As a paper subscriber, I often referred to the iPad app as well and it worked great. Since the switch to the pay service, nothing works the way it used to and I cannot access articles. I am logged in as a subscriber. A big thumbs down on the changes. Your on line readers are slipping away. At least I have the paper version each morning.
All names used on Oct 15, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Failure
I am a home delivery subscriber. I put in my ID and it is accepted - and then forgotten. I log out and back on, delete and reload. No help. Every day it treats me as a stranger. FIX IT!
Dan Gamber on Oct 15, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Needs improvement
I have the I-pad mini and am not very pleased with the behavior of the WA Post app. The view does not change from portrait to landscape when one tilts the I-pad, the frames freeze, the app suddenly quits and the ads are obnoxious.
Seattsteven on Oct 15, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Choppy, horrible app
The app tries hard to be different but is different in a worse, not better way. Navigation is choppy, counterintuitive, and hard to use.
Jobebead on Oct 15, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Ads are terribly distracting.
I have a wapo subscription and the ads on the bottom are incredibly annoying. Horrible app and not worth a subscription if they are going to ad bomb you while reading.
Tangle on Oct 14, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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