I would appreciate being able to easily zoom both text and pictures larger Reporting has depth and is timely. Opinions are separated and cover many viewpoints. Crosswords are good too.
If you have any interest in following the mechanics of national policy making, a subscription to the Washington Post is absolutely necessary.
We send our sincere thanks for the journalism & factual reporting. Democracy is having a “moment “ of struggle & truth is at an all time high. Keep up the great work.
As a subscriber, this app is consistent only in its ability to annoy and in making me question the value of my subscription—which is only useful as I’m able to readily access WaPo stories through the better Apple News interface. Content is incomplete and somehow ‘curated,’ and the iPad version offers sort of an all or nothing view—either one story full screen (too big) or a split screen, in which each is too small to read comfortably, augmented by the worst navigation scheme ever. Unlike other apps, there are no related story teasers and the reader is forced to keep returning to a bland story list. The search function may or may not produce stories that have been published and appear elsewhere, which is enormously frustrating. Dear WaPo—please see The Guardian if your looking for an example of how to do this.
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The Post is now overly obsessed with Trump. There is other news than Trump. And why such bias in the reporting of Nicholas Sandman where the Post was forced to settle his lawsuit because of made-up reporting? The Post can do better.
Thank God for reporters who are willing and able to dig deep, and who aren’t afraid to do so. Few of us have a grasp of just how rare and precious a free press is.
Use the app all the time. Just wish there was a way to easily save recipes like my NYT app.
I cannot live without the WaPost.
One of the great treasures of our country. The Washington Post.