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Doesn't load, no support, easier to call and get the paper on the doorstep. Not ready for prime time. I feel sorry for those that helped out the $15.
Ncahill on Jul 8, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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It doesn't display printed edition
I am running the iPad retina on Verizon and the NEW Washington Post format doesn't display in printed version form. Prior to deciding to charge for the paper the download was great. It's amazing the Washington Post technology is so backward they would introduce a new format without first testing it. I have deleted the paper.
Heiliner on Jul 8, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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No Respect
It is amazing how they can process the payment for the subscription and app but can't make it work! And they wonder why newspapers are continually losing subscribers.
Where's the Info? on Jul 7, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Disaster
Can't open print edition. WP should be embarrassed. A one star rating is generous.
JPJPJPasdfg on Jul 7, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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DOES NOT FUNCTION
Worked very well prior to update. Now I cannot access the paper and I do have a print delivery subscription. Keeps crashing. How can you not test the app before releasing? That is software development 101. I loved the prior version which was light years beyond their initial rollout.
PJK Nice on Jul 7, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Bye bye
I guess having us leaf through the ads on all the pages was not enough. Electronic views are virtually no cost to you.With the pay wall your advertisers lose another set of eyeballs. Nice business model.
tjj1 on Jul 7, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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