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Bring this version to the iPhone!!
Now that the iPhone screens are bigger, having the print edition on them makes so much more sense. Put the iPhone version in the newsstand too, it makes zero sense to have the same newspaper in two completely different places on my iOS devices.
kittycat262728 on Jun 6, 2015 for version 3.1.2
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Works fine for me
Not sure why all the whining comments, The app works on my iPad.
cyclistGA on May 19, 2015 for version 3.1
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Absolutely horrendous apps
I love the paper and attempt to read it daily at lunch. It would be really great if this terribly written app would allow me to do so without wasting 1/4 of my precious hour on ridiculously slow page loads and full page, high res ads that cause the thing to slow to a crawl. I don't have this problem with other apps (WSJ comes to mind). Every day, I check the App Store but alas...
Iggydaddy on May 6, 2015 for version 3.1
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Good news app
Good news app. User friendly with latest update. Wish WP would add an option to toggle night reading view.
dlzwhscn on Mar 30, 2015 for version 3.0.3
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Much Improved - At Last
This new version is much improved over previous versions. I think the Washington Post has finally got it down. The new fonts are very easy to read and pleasant to look at. I still find it difficult to find all the stories that are in the print edition, however. It seems like many things are left out. However, one of the tricks is to select the Columns section. That's where I find most of the missing print articles. It's hard to find things serendipitously with an app version of a newspaper. That is its main limitation. But I find myself being drawn to this new version more and more.
Flashkube on Mar 29, 2015 for version 3.0.3
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Had been failing to update
Maybe the online department had someone quit who managed the app. Because it was showing me the same headlines and content from February. I went to it today and it has finally refreshed. It's great to have my hometown newspaper in hand whereas my current local paper, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, spends more time on flower festivals and street crime than real national news. Typical Washington Post lead story: Failing European central banks ask China for a bailout. Typical Atlanta Journal lead story: High school coach arrested for sex with student.
Michael Marr on Mar 20, 2015 for version 3.0.2
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Finally a great new version
Big difference, thank you
Argentinaexpert on Mar 11, 2015 for version 3.0.2
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Use it...It's a GREAT newspaper App!!
I have read the other reviews with petty problems with the App. BALDERDASH!! This is what a newspaper App should be. Works great, is constantly improved and free if you are a print subscriber. If not a print subscriber, pay for it...you will not be sorry.
JayAur on Mar 8, 2015 for version 3.0.2
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Washington Post app
The app works fine for me. I've have a couple of days where I couldn't download the "paper" but nothing significant. I would recommend this app and the associated subscription if you have an interest in things the Post covers (politics, DC sports, etc.). I subscribe to several e-papers and this is a solid app.
JimF75029 on Mar 2, 2015 for version 3.0.1
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Good app
I like the fact that you can download the print version, see the placement of articles on the page, scroll around and skim, read everything you want, move from section to section. Glitches are annoying but minor.
Nana32512 on Mar 2, 2015 for version 3.0.1
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