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Ron Newberg on Mar 25, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Love it!
I like to read The Post in bed in the morning, do the scrabble word and read the funnies with a good cup of coffee in my hand. This morning my paper is somewhere in the driveway, covered by snow. I thought "I am not going out there to retrieve it! I' ll just look at it on my iPad". And I discovered this wonderful upgrade with downloading of print edition. I am a happy camper! Good job Washington Post!
Froggy1002 on Mar 25, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Love the new app
The new app looks great and the option of getting the printed version is fantastic!
TousFan on Mar 25, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Unstable, again!
Works fine for 2-3 weeks, and then starts crashing, like now. Won't even open. Why can't this be fixed? I have tons of apps, and not one has the problems this app has. The content is excellent, and the price is right, so I continue to stick with it, but I'm not sure how much longer.
Pebav on Mar 22, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Fix it!
I have a print subscription and wanted to use the app for times when carrying the paper is inconvenient. I can't even open the app - it just crashes after freezing for a couple of minutes.
mikeslie on Mar 17, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Not a repacement
Content on the Washington post has gone downhill the last couple of years as they cut corners. The web site cuts even more by giving you a very limited portion of what in the paper. By default the content is not available offline. The design of the website was average
mjdindc on Mar 6, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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