Good but text is tiny 3/5
I like every thing about this app except the size of the text. It is practically too tiny to read. The Apple News app had a pull down to adjust the text size. This app badly needs one too.
Engaging and beautiful 5/5
By Maldenite Productions
I just described and it is a joy to read and explore. The dark mode is especially easy on the eyes. I trust the journalism.
News is good but, the App is a disaster 1/5
Am an on-again off-again subscriber. This new App is slow and cumbersome with teensy print. Hate it. Am going to unsubscribe as soon as I’m done. This could be my last time. What a pity because the news is so smart and so important now. Shame on the Post’s Digital Department.
Thx for allowing this VA government employee 5/5
By Archie F
A great way to not allow democracy to die in darkness.
Thx JB and Ms. S
A sinking ship 1/5
By Jim Horty
I think the paper has no journalistic integrity and hates Trump so much that it has lost all perspective.
The most biased paper in America. 1/5
Thank God for the Post! 5/5
I am so grateful that you are exposing the truth everyday!
Excellent journalism 5/5
...and isn’t that what reading the newspaper is all about? The WAPO app is fantastic; it’s appealing and versed friendly.
First Amendment. 5/5
By Truths seeker
Appreciate great reporting 5/5
Enjoy WP journalism and investigations. Also check alternatives but WP pretty dependable.
It’s a difficult era.
Easy to subscribe impossible to unsubscribe.
Awful Interface with iTunes and WP App 1/5
so bad I’m cancelling
Visuals don’t load consistently 2/5
The app looks promising. But more often than not, the large visuals either don’t load or don’t stay visible, leaving huge white spaces where the pictures should be. This with a FIOS connection. Probably going to go back to the “classic” app,
A Newspaper As Good As It Gets 5/5
I became a fan of Thre Post from the Nixon Era, to the present day with the movie The Post. It seems every one associated with the Post really cares about presenting the news in the best, most honest way possible. Keep up doing exactly what you are doing and I will always consider you the best.
Paid subscription 2/5
I have s paid subscription yet anytime an WSJ article appears somewhere else & I follow the link it asks me to subscribe
I can’t get it to open in my subscription even trying to log in there
When I go to the app which I pay monthly for & search for the article it does not search prior articles, apparently that is not a feature of a paid subscription 😳
Poor User Design and User Experience 1/5
Horrible two paned presentation with horizontal scrolling. Plus, when scrolling right you also inevitably scroll down which makes for a bad experience.
It takes takes fantastic articles and great reporting and presents them in a way that is ugly and frankly discourages use of the app.
Post delivery 5/5
The web outlet is great, paper delivery stinks: totally hit and miss. about equal.
Your printed edition on Jan 19 has blank pages in A section 1/5
And still not fixed after 4 days!!
Consistently Reliable Source 5/5
Thanks for caring about truth and integrity.
Fantastic App 5/5
Easy to navigate and peruse stories. I love the Washington Post. Democracy dies in darkness.
Good app, but.... 4/5
By Jack Straw 50
It’s well-designed for tablets such as my iPad, but I wish some of the features available on the desktop site were on the iPad too, such as being able to view and write comments to articles.
The best way to be updated 5/5
The Washington Post always has the pulse on what happens around the world. When traveling, the WP keeps me informed be it regional or international. Most of all one can trust the news provided.
Twitter notices of articles not available through app 1/5
Twitter notices of articles not available through the app, forcing you to renter info to access. Am canceling due to this poor marketing. I signed up to be able to read your articles not just some of them.
I have had to work too hard and too often to restore subscription access, 3/5
YoUr interface and digital editions access needs it be much more seem.ess, and user friendly
App Account Management Difficult 3/5
By Briana 2019
I use the app exclusively and it drives me nuts that I can’t make changes - email address, credit card, login info - via the App. Seems this should all be available via the Menu under the Cog icon (Settings) but it isn’t. Digital paper gets a 5 star though!!
Capitol News Integrity 5/5
My two favorite news sources are the Washington Post and the New York Times. I'm from Ft. Worth, TX, and we have two good newspapers down here, but the breadth, depth and national perspective are unmatched from that of the Post and the Times.
Post news review. 5/5
Well written, hot topic news. Appear to be thoroughly researched!
How can this be so poorly designed? 2/5
By Le Stevens
No search ability I can find on app. And no “Local” news option on menu.
The visual presentation of stories is more like a teaser reel for a cable news show than a newspaper.
The Washington Post: All the News Worth Reading 5/5
By Writer P
Great investigative reporting from a great American newspaper. Thank you Washington Post for holding the political class accountable and the public well informed.
Excellent reporting and well trusted.
Now Slanted 2/5
As an Independent, I have been reading The Washington Post for sometime now because it offered a nice mix of the news. Although the writing remains very good, the writer’s left-leaning politics are beginning to show in the articles. Sadly, this great publication is fast becoming just another Democratic leftist publication. There are many to choose from.
Love, love, love it! 5/5
By Joe Malzeit
Not only do I love the Washington Post’s reporting and coverage, they have perhaps the best app for reading the news of any newspaper or magazine I’ve tried or used. Wish the media would use them and this app as a template!
Great articles 5/5
The opinions, articles and information is top class. I really enjoy the newspaper.
Wash Post Classic app is much better then this 1/5
By Becky Wolsk
As a new digital subscriber I gave this app a try first but this is “curated content” and provides only partial access to the articles one is paying for— I say this because the only way to find the “buried” articles is to use the app’s mediocre search functionality, which doesn’t surface the most recent articles first. So when I input “Capital Weather Gang” which I am sure a lot of people search for often (and subscribe for), I not only was unable to find their main page, but I could tell that results weren’t sorting from newest to oldest, and there was no way for me to toggle that option. There is also no way for me to browse on topic tabs the way I can on other newspaper apps. I deleted this app immediately and downloaded Washington Post Classic, which works perfectly, but I wanted to come back and leave this review for fellow subscribers to the WP. The pretty images aren’t worth it, in my opinion, if you want fast access to the most recent news on topics you want to select rather then “wild cards” that a digital strategist thinks will interest you.
Not consistent 2/5
Frequently states that I cannot read anymore articles this month. When I attempt to log in, its doesn’t allow me to. I’m going to cancel my subscription as the Post obviously has not mastered the digital revolution.
Subscribe and resist 5/5
I know in the grand scheme of things supporting the Washington Post is a small thing to do. But it takes lots of small, good choices to overcome the stupidity being displayed by our politicians. Now, more than ever we need to support people who are committed to openness and shining a light on deeds that others want hidden.
User interface is great across all formats 5/5
By Stuart A.
On the Apple Watch, I really like the vertical scrolling full-screen title overlaid on photo (no wasted space) and the ability to tap to read an excerpt. Also enjoy this app on iPhone and Apple TV.
I’m a Washington Post subscriber and am grateful they continue to provide expert honest reporting.
Not A free App 2/5
If you’re going to have a free app, have a free app. This is BS. I understand that good journalism costs money, so just be up front about the cost. If you download this app all you can do is read some arbitrary headlines.
Good App 5/5
It’s a good App for understanding global news
Best news app, period. 5/5
By Polaris 5
First time reviewer of any product.
I will give up all other subscriptions before the WP.
WAPO delivers 5/5
By Commish Bosox
In depth. Accurate. A beacon in these stormy times.
Real journalism 5/5
While many newspapers are cutting back and dumbing down, the Washington Post is digging in; employing talented journalists who investigate and report important stories. IMHO this is the newspaper we need in these troubled times.
What can I say? 5/5
By Eazie's eyes
It is the Post. Always been my go-to.
Paywall Stops everything 2/5
The Washington Post is a great app and newspaper but nearly every article is behind a paywall. I want to look at news without constantly hitting a paywall. That is penny-pinching. Everything else is fine but that is the glaring flaw. Please fix!
aweful app from aweful sell outs. 1/5
this app is awful. jeff bezos is awful. the post, bezos, amazon, and the intelligence agencies should be utterly ashamed of themselves and what they’ve done.
My favorite app 5/5
I am totally hooked on this WP app! I’m really surprised at how much I look forward to reading it everyday. Great job. Couldn’t live without this app.
Feel much better informed! 5/5
The Post has now become an indispensable part of my daily life. I appreciate the determination of its reporters to get “the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth,” and the opinion pages offer a wide range of political viewpoints. Features provide amusement, entertainment, and learning. I resisted subscribing to any national newspaper for a very long time, and now I wish I had done it sooner.
It Goes Blank 2/5
While reading or swiping this app is continually goes down. It is frustrating. I can't get through an entire article without is closing on my. Please tell me what is wrong.