stop asking for reviews. you are the post ffs.
I find the daily reporting a much needed complement to all the other sources I read, correcting their excursions into hyperbole and pointing out their lack of showing valid points in opposition to essentially propaganda from one side which is strongly fighting to confuse those who don’t have the time, or maybe just the inclination to search out the fuller truth on an issue. My favorite newsletters are: PostEverything, AIl the 202 newsletters, but particularly: The Energy 202, The Technology 202, The Health 202, The Cybersecurity 202, and, not least, The Week in Ideas, Today’s Opinions, First Reads, and Must Reads, Politics A.M. And some new newsletters that I am evaluating seem useful.
Not just politics. Today there was a clip about all the iPhone trackers that come in at all the times when the phone is inactive- in the middle of the night. Excellent source of information.
There is no meaningful customer service. I paid for service on my iPhone & have been unable to get it to coordinate with my iPad. The response was essentially”keep trying; good bye, good luck”.
A responsible voice for the Resistance.
I read The Post on my phone before i get out of bed every morning. Essential app. Wouldn’t want to live without it.
When the news is 2 days old, well, don't go into the app looking to catch up. It isn't there.
People will tell you that good, reliable sources of news cannot be trusted – that their news is “fake” and their facts are “lies”. They can’t prove it. There’s no evidence for. If there were, you’d know about it. The Washington Post has been a reliable source of information for generations, and anyone who tells you otherwise is trying to sell you something, or hide something.
The Wa Po app design is superior visually and it’s very easy to scroll through, just like flipping through pages in a magazine. Enjoy it very much!
The app does not have local dc md va news. You have to log onto the website to view that. Quite a limitation