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Where is it?
Since I upgraded to iOS 7 the Washington Post is no longer in my newsstand. The only way I can access it is to go to the Newsstand Store and open it from there. This is unacceptable.
Nicholaos on Sep 19, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Washpo
I have been a Post subscriber for 30+ years. I gave up on home delivery because of the unresponsive distributor and have been reading (between crashes) online. The Post keeps updating and I keep hoping that the crashing, freezing, and other odd behavior will be better. Seems like the last update improved the app's ability to count, since now I've gone over my limit and will have to pay. I hate to give it up, but I refuse to pay for such a poor app. Get it right, Post, before you sell it.
Best Dave on Sep 11, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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I-pad crash
I-pad Washington post ap crashes after monument pic/lower right choices beginning last week, all other newsstand apps (ny times,wsj,new yorker) work fine. Really annoying.
James I 52 on Sep 11, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Not paying for this buggy crap
Website is better, even on a small screen. That's the definitive sign of a bad app. Bonus: bugs.
<3ingurmom on Sep 10, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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Can't buy even though I want to
I moved out of the dc area 6 months ago and I love the post. I desperately want to read it everyday. Unfortunately, every time I try to purchase a subscription, I get diverted back to the home screen. The format is great, the platform is shaky, and the ease of use is horrendous.
Lizzie Lynch on Sep 9, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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And now with forced ads !
So we were made to pay for the online access - OK, that's not unreasonable. But now were forced to endure advertising banners across the bottom that cannot be terminated. What a distraction to enjoying the newspaper you've paid for. Come on people, pick one. Take our money or our eyeballs, but not both. I hope saner heads will prevail and the banners disappear in next release. Otherwise this might be the end of a 30-year relationship. Remember, ads are worthless without readers.
Fast Cayman on Sep 9, 2013 for The Washington Post for iPad
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