The Washington Post Classic

The Washington Post Classic

By The Washington Post

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-03-03
  • Current Version: 3.16.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 115.30 MB
  • Developer: The Washington Post
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 133,517 Ratings

Description

Stay informed with award-winning national and international news, PLUS complete local news coverage of the D.C. metro area. Scan top headlines for must-read stories. Get fresh perspectives on the world from Post bloggers. Save articles for offline reading in MyPost. PRODUCT FEATURES • TOP HEADLINES: Quickly browse the always updating feed of today’s news and read each story in full. • D.C. METRO NEWS: Learn what’s going on in the nation’s capitol with stories about D.C. and the surrounding metro area. • LIVE: Follow along with our live blog coverage for up-to-the-minute updates on breakng news and events, and watch live events as they happen. • BLOGS: Find out what The Post’s most insightful bloggers have to say about everything from politics to sports to pop culture. • COMICS: Browse our library of comics, and dive into our extensive archive. • OFFLINE READING: Save your favorite and must-read articles to “My Post” for easy access anytime. SUBSCRIPTION DETAILS • OPTIONS: Download the app for free and enjoy a limited number of free stories each month. Get unlimited access for just $14.99/month (first month FREE). • EXTRAS: Your subscription to The Washington Post comes with complimentary web access, as well as access to the Washington Post Classic iPad app and The All-New Washington Post App, available on iPhone and iPad. • PAYMENT: Payment will be charged to your iTunes account with the confirmation of your purchase. • AUTO-RENEWAL: Your subscription will auto-renew for $14.99 each month 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. • 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

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Reviews

  • Love the WaPo, and App.

    5
    By jnmyr
    The Washington Post is wonderful. And the app is great. Cutting edge, good reporting... especially in the age of corrupt and lying government officials. Keep a light on these people, WaPo. Never be deterred.
  • 1st Female F/A 18 Pilot Saves SW Airlines Passengers

    5
    By Lenny Evans
    I read NYT daily, and added WP subscription yesterday. Today, I read about the hero in WP, and found her bio nowhere else.
  • No Comments, Poor Support for Subscribers

    1
    By DanMcDermott
    This app doesn’t show comments on the articles. So if you want to see the comments you click on the share to/open with button and click Chrome. But wait, that doesn’t allow you to open in Chrome. You can only bookmark or add it to a reading list. Why can’t you simply open it in Chrome, you ask? I was curious too! So I called their support phone number since there is no option for developer support or feedback and the “developer website” simply links to the newspaper homepage. At the 800 number I got a very nice lady overseas who did not understand my question. I asked for a supervisor who also didn’t understand and said I would have to “search for the article in a mobile browser.” So I called the 202 number and explained that I was a paying subscriber in Virginia and could I please speak to a DC/Virginia based person to ask a question and (now) make a complaint. I got a recording and left a voicemail. Instead of a call I got an email asking me to write what I wanted. I called the 202 back and explained to a nice lady in DC what happened and she said to email back requesting a call. I did so. As for writing what my problem is, I decided to go ahead and write that right here. Under a single star.
  • Terrible

    1
    By tyu000
    The app is terrible. It knows how to bill me but won’t let me log on and then says it is sending my password but doesn’t. I’m cancelling my paid subscription ASAP.
  • Fast and Direct

    5
    By Tedinhawaii
    This app was simple to install and gave easy and beautiful access to the Wash. Post.
  • Written by idiots for idiots.

    2
    By Geauxtigers87
    The articles will often repeat details three or even four times... Also, many of the details are utterly unimportant. Best to stick with the Financial Times. The Post is more like a sensationalized tabloid than respectable journalism.
  • Great journalism!

    5
    By jehsailor
    Courageous and amazing journalists protecting freedom of the press and freedom of speech!
  • Sign in is a problem

    1
    By ummehyeah
    I get Newsletters in my email but I can’t read the articles there. My sign in doesn’t work. Annoying!
  • It’s in the details

    5
    By MeanWhatYouSay
    True news gathers and then evaluates the data gathered objectively to portray information that allows and encourages participation. However, Fake news (Fox/Sinclair) distorts information abrasively towards a political bent that leaves me subjectively nauseous. It boils down literally to perspective and personal alignment. Thanks WAPO for shining the lamp.
  • Imperfections in an otherwise great paper

    4
    By Freewoolie
    I love my old hometown Washington Post but no longer consider it a good source of information about the country or even the East Coast. There is way too much focus on the issues of interest to us liberal, intellectual and global people, who are your readers, and not enough to educate us about the topics that are in the hearts of the large percentage of Americans who don’t care about the welfare of Blacks, Latino’s, Muslims and people in third-world countries. What is being actually done that is increasing the chances of white wage-earners stuck in jobs that don’t offer much advancement to see an opportunity to create s better life for themselves and their children? What examples of improvement are there of better teaching, more stable family life, better health services, better economic integration in schools or help with starting s small business? Rather than just waiting for the next national election to see how the “other half” is feeling, how about a monthly index of Blue Collar Optimism” and then regular articles on what is going right in certain communities that might be duplicated in other communities or states or nationally. And there should be front-page news weekly about those subjects, not just below the fold feel-good stories to make liberals feel that everything is going in the right direction. Reducing wage-earner hopelessness could be the best way of reducing racial and ethnic tensions and income disparity.

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