I am grateful every day for the Post print edition app on my iPad. I still receive the paper at my home but on the road during vacations the app satisfies the reading itch with adjustable font size and sharper pictures, including color for those only in black and white in the paper. If I’m ever forced to give up the delivered paper once and for all, I’m ready! The first year or two of the app had technical problems but I must say the current version is a worry free breeze. Thanks to Jeff Bezos, Fred Ryan, Marty Baron and the whole staff who do a fantastic job in trying circumstances.
Breadth and depth of reporting exceptional - most noticeable since Jeff Bezos acquired. Great human interest focus from every dimension. This paper is balanced (from a well read conservative/moderate perspective), and is definitely not ‘fake news’.
Great on the go, digital printed news!
In the morning. Because it provides a real newspaper feel. I read, it without clicking into the digital version of the story. It’s very convenient for me as well as live updates throughout the day in my digital version. I read the post 1st , wsj 2nd , and then The NY Times 3rd. Keep the print version. Please.
Pros: razor-sharp print (not a scan), full newspaper contents, automatic background downloading on the device you usually read from, good download performance, and easy offline reading. Cons: loses place when you leave the app, scrolling on the phone is often misinterpreted as page-flipping, and no keyboard support.
Recommend for good reporting and coverage
We find the online version of the WAPOST very hard to read! You have “fixed things that were not broken” and taken away the readability! Sally and Thad Walker
Easy to use and great journalism.
Cuts you out of what you are looking for or at and pushes ads. Going for the gold.
The digital Washington post app in the latest version blows up as soon as you open it.