Washington Post Select

Washington Post Select

  • Category: News
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 1.30.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • Developer: The Washington Post
  • Compatibility: Android
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Washington Post Select App

Designed for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV, this app keeps you informed with award-winning national and international news coverage — along with striking photography and informative graphics that bring stories to life. Intuitive browsing and a streamlined design allow you to seamlessly navigate through stories and enjoy in-depth reading. Free to download, subscribers enjoy unlimited access. PRODUCT FEATURES • INTUITIVE NAVIGATION: Easily browse through and between sections. • EASY VIEWING: Swipe or scroll through articles, then select and read full stories. • STREAMLINED DESIGN: Enjoy an uncluttered, engaging reading experience that makes it easier to find—and read—the stories that matter to you. • IN-DEPTH READING: Immerse yourself in stories where the focus is on storytelling—enhanced by bold photos and graphics. • AWARD-WINNING COVERAGE: Stay informed with award-winning national reporting and expertly curated stories. • FREQUENT UPDATES: Stay connected 24/7 with breaking news and other important updates throughout the day. • NEWS ALERTS: See images, headlines, and short excerpts of articles right in the expanded notification view. • 3D TOUCH SUPPORT: Get a sneak peek at top headlines, right from our icon using Quick Actions. SUBSCRIPTION DETAILS • OPTIONS: Download the app for free and enjoy a limited number of free stories each month. Get unlimited access starting at just $9.99/month (first month FREE). • EXTRAS: Your subscription to The Washington Post comes with complimentary web access, as well as access to The Washington Post App on all your smartphones and tablets. • PAYMENT: Payment will be charged to your iTunes account with the confirmation of your purchase. • AUTO-RENEWAL: Your subscription will auto-renew for $9.99 each month ($14.99 for premium subscriptions) unless you cancel 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. The auto-renewal can be turned off at any time in the Account Settings section of the App Store. Please note, you will be unable to cancel your current subscription during an active subscription period. • FREE TRIAL: Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. • PRIVACY POLICY: https://www.washingtonpost.com/privacy-policy/2011/11/18/gIQASIiaiN_story.html • TERMS OF SERVICE: https://www.washingtonpost.com/terms-of-service/2011/11/18/gIQAldiYiN_story.html MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON POST Experience The Washington Post in all forms. Check out our other apps: “Washington Post” for a traditional digital reading experience with all of our content and “Washington Post Print Edition” for a digital replica of our print newspaper.

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Washington Post Select app reviews

  • New isn’t always better! 1/5

    By PapaWaz 43
    I like the old app better. I like reading the the paper and the old version gave that that feel. If I wanted digested “ news” I’d watch it on TV. Why not an option?
  • Ridiculous adverts 1/5

    By Lord Ashworthy
    And too expensive membership
  • Be a smartie pants 5/5

    By Em Kras
    Read the WP, always on point with truth and facts. Love this newspaper for their clear reporting. Never miss a day.
  • Disappointing 2/5

    By SteveGreene
    Washington Post app works passably, although a bit clunky at times. None of the alerts links open up in the app, hence requiring sign-in in the browser. My subscription expired, but it wouldn’t let me renew within the app, and I won’t be renewing due to this app experience. You’d think their big brothers at Amazon would send a few programmers over to assist with the human interface.
  • Biased reporting. 1/5

    By Upset in Virginia
    The Washington Post has become a puppet of the entrenched swamp in Government. I would not use your paper for my cats litter box.
  • Android version is better 3/5

    By wdrevtspob
    The android app works better.
  • Way too liberal and biased 1/5

    By Raul G Jr
    Focus on reporting the facts and discontinue the liberal bias and slant in reporting stories.
  • If you like the Post, you’ll like the app 4/5

    By lifeboatb
    If you like the Post’s news coverage, the app is useful. It runs quickly, is easy to figure out, and has good graphics. My only complaints is that there can sometimes be a little lag between a story appearing on the website and appearing in the app, and not all devices support commenting. I can read comments on my Kindle, but not on my phone.
  • Truth 1/5

    By 321ftb
    You can look forever and never find the truth. One can only be told by the press what they want u to hear. Get ur news from an honest source.
  • Free Limited Access 1/5

    By cwb....zzzz
    Why not provide free limited access now to encourage readership?
  • Highly factual information! 5/5

    By Proud dad 30
    We are in a disinformation era with Facebook and some other news outlets not being factual on reporting, we need to hold news outlets accountable for their dishonesty by not giving them a second of our precious time. I have seen Washington post report things that help us not fall for propaganda and lies of these crazy times. Like Reagan said “trust, but verify” now it’s time to verify then trust with what’s going on.
  • Honest Paper 5/5

    By quastico
    I find Washington post to be more accurate ...than other papers...
  • Subscription 1/5

    By idiotsatbook
    I have logged in four times only to be kicked out, telling me it does not recognize my account. Should I just drop the Post?
  • Excellent journalism 5/5

    By Robininthegarden
    Nothing more to say. Excellent journalism.
  • Washington Post Review 5/5

    By dipar24
    The Washington Post provides excellent coverage of national, international and political events. The Post has a great team of journalists. They provide an in-depth view of critical current events. My go-to.
  • WaPo honesty....? 2/5

    By T Finlay
    I have read the WaPo for the last 3 years. I have very much enjoyed the high level of journalism and the variety of stories, etc....However....When the Post decided to create a video piece denouncing the FREE SPEECH of Dr. Erickson of Bakersfield....I decided that I can no longer support a newspaper whose "freedom of the press" and "Democracy dies in Darkness" motos were basically destroyed (in my eyes) when the free press (WaPo) chose to go down that dark hole. I'm out and suggest you do the same....Unless you seek censored information. I thought I could trust this paper, but they have proven otherwise.... Go elsewhere if you support free speech and the 1st amendment of the US Constitution
  • The history of our lives, daily! 5/5

    By Samdy F.
    The coverage is profession and straight forward. The analysis is insightful and profound and the opinion is fair and reasoned. I always read the news in the morning, I now check it multiple times a day. MSF
  • My go-to place for news. 5/5

    By newsbreak1
    Best journalism around. They cover the hard news and present it with the highest possible professional standards.
  • Best newspaper 5/5

    By tggdvhj
    I love love the Washington post for its great reporting and in-depth stories.
  • Avid fan 5/5

    By Liberal Kathy
    Trust the Washington Post to always give me the current and most accurate updates on what’s happening!!
  • Love The Post! 5/5

    By Hullo meal
    I miss reading the paper version but am glad we still have it online. The Post is my favorite newspaper. The reporting is of the highest quality. Always informative and interesting.
  • awkward 3/5

    By Wahahahe
    good content as always from wapo, but app is kinda awkward. I follow wapo in my news reader because i prefer the layout there.
  • Great paper. Bad app. 2/5

    By fvtkjut
    Wonderful newspaper content. App however, is difficult to navigate and crashes frequently. NY Times app much superior.
  • LOVE hearing both sides! 5/5

    By Knittindoc
    Thank you all for all the hard work you do!
  • Reporting accurate and timely news 5/5

    By Littletommy 1
    Always on top of what is happening, with in-depth and researched news stories. Constantly checking the accuracy, validity and truthfulness of what is coming out of President Trump and the White House. Basic premise of how people feel regarding what is being told to them: “Truth first, then Trust.” And we are not hearing the truth, therefore there is no Trust whatsoever in what we are hearing from this administration. I, and a great number of concerned Americans, are relying and counting on The Washington Post for the truthful answers to the tough questions.
  • Lost Identity 1/5

    By jdough6584
    I have been a customer of the WP for decades. At one time, you were a reliable periodical that reported the news fairly and honestly. You had to read the editorial to get opinions, now every story is an opinion piece slanted to the left. You have lied and perpetuated panic. You are now a conduit for Bezos to control media.
  • Excellent world wide news coverage and verifiable fact checking 5/5

    By WAPO Subc
    Excellent world wide news coverage and verifiable fact checking is provided that is critical for all of us in these times! Also, digital subscription price is very reasonable. Subscribe and support the endangered independent press. Highest recommendation.
  • All the write stuff 5/5

    By spicepaint
    WAPO, where I turn to for the news first. Wherein are the best writers as well as thoughtful, entertaining and timely commentary.
  • Print ridiculously tiny. 1/5

    By no}
    If you truly want to attract customers, you must enlarge your tiny print! I do not enjoy the split-screen either. This review should have ONE star!
  • Drops out pretty often 4/5

    By mb4466
    Drops out enough to be annoying
  • Glitch-Free 5/5

    By pjlkl
    Unlike subscriptions to other online news held by my friends, WAPO never has problems. No flashing ads, no jumping pages, no super-imposed ads, no suddenly disappearing articles. What I do get is news that is immediate, honest, fair, well-researched, well-written, vital to our survival. Work such as this is all that sustains me in the dark clouds of the past few years. And the spots of wit and humor in the opinion sections certainly help also.
  • The best 5/5

    By theodoretimbuctoo
    Best online news source there is.
  • Yesterday’s news today 2/5

    By Little Rock Prof
    I love the Post, but I don’t love their app. I don’t know who chooses what appears, but stories from previous days appear instead of material from today’s paper.
  • Washington Post 1/5

    By les80112
    During 2020 the app crashes 2 to 3 times during the 1/2 hour I allocate to read the paper. Didn’t have this problem until 2020.
  • Thank you.... 5/5

    By Ljohiller
    there is nothing more to say.....but thank you......when this battle is over ....just like the last one....we will look to the Press as the front line soldiers in the ongoing battle for truth, justice and the American way ( on purpose )
  • WaPo helps light our way thru the darkness to truth 5/5

    By EolianGal1
    I check the Post every day and count on it to expose the ongoing corruption, malfeasance, dissembling and treachery perpetrated day after endless day by the most incompetent, vile and evil administration to ever sully America’s House. The light of truth, people of goodwill, and compassion will ultimately triumph.
  • WaPo closest thing to a reliable news source in the US 5/5

    By Dfbfj
    The Washington Post has its lapses but for the most part can be relied on to give the facts. Greg Sargent is especially sharp and Alexandra Petri alone makes the paper worth a subscription. The app is easy to use and presents articles in a clear and appealing format.
  • Most Truthful News 5/5

    By Babrea
    Always look to the Washington Post online for latest news & opinions. They tell the truth!
  • Great paper that rivals the times 5/5

    By Sophielikes
    Wow. As good or better than N.Y. Times which I love.
  • Stay informed 5/5

    By notbengordon
    An easy to use app. Great way to stay informed.
  • You call this news!!!!!!!! There are no facts in any of their articles!!!!!!! 1/5

    By advrage joe.
    You call your selfs reporters all of these news articles are basically blogs.... I want facts.. I want actual news....
  • Not horrible 2/5

    By philly nelson
    The app is ok at best. It is hard to find articles that you can normally see on a browser. Can’t see comments
  • Best, most reliable and balanced news 5/5

    By cynbarbera
    Every story is well researched, fairly reported and powerfully written. My daily trusted source for what’s happening in these unprecedented times. Thank you.
  • Jim 5/5

    By icknamwe
    The new double column presentation is wonderful. You can scrim through thing s faster and the reporting is always the best in the world. Can not put the news down once I get into reading it.
  • Essential 5/5

    By kmonubjammin
    Yesterday, today and tomorrow.
  • Great journalism of record. 5/5

    By victoriankitty
    Just what we need right now!
  • Gotta have it 5/5

    By DauthMual
    Jaw dropping reports, stunning investigations and frontline views of war . And that’s a Monday. If you didn’t get it you want get it
  • The Washington Post digital subscription has been a great reliable source of news 5/5

    By knuctuc
    I got the app for the Washington Post several years ago, and I am very satisfied with my choice . For me it has been a daily source of news that I can trust.
  • Educate yourself America! 5/5

    By Joey Coma
    The ONLY app that I pay for. Absolutely essential in these times! Except they offer new subscribers a year for what I pay a month. As a loyal subscriber, shouldn’t I get a discount? Or something?

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