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Horrible
The old WaPo app was great. Easy to read and navigate. This new one is crap. Presentation of articles is confusing. Layout is just plain awful. Wish there was a way to downgrade to the old version.
BluesteelLA on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Bad
This update is terrible. The older version worked better, had a cleaner interface. Don't update to this version.
20009dc on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Horrible
This was my favorite news app. After this review, I will delete it because of the changes in the update. What happened to all the content? Two stories and a photo gallery and nothing more in the world section is unacceptable. All sections hardly have any content anymore.
Meritguw on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Horrible development
The WP app used to be my favorite news app on the iPad. It was great to navigate and had a very attractive Layout. No more! With the latest version the Washington Post has managed to destroy a great news reading app and has replaced it with less news, cumbersome navigation and an inferior layout. If their purpose was to get rid of users of the free app - they have succeeded, at least in my case. I will remove the app.
TampaMan on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Give me the old version!
Where's the news? Streamlining this app was a mistake! Viewing the print edition is a pain! This used to be my Favorite newspaper app....no longer unfortunately!
Wegee564 on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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What a step backwards!
This "update" reduces and dumbs down content. Also, it is much more difficult to use. After installing it, I found the old WP icon on my iPad no longer worked, but there is no new icon either. The only way I can now read the post is to go to the apps store, get my list of purchased apps,find and selectWashingtonPost, then hit the "Open" button!
JimmyLee65 on Mar 29, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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