The Washington Post
500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
by joshua weissman on 02/02/2015
For being in idle 99.9% of the time this app uses a ton of data in the GB range
by Allen Perper on 01/02/2015
I hardly read the print version at home anymore, but I may go back. Lots of problems with the digital version on my Galaxy Note 2014. Can't get latest content as it won't refresh, etc.
by Allison Boisson on 01/02/2015
I just deleted. I want to read the news. Why will they ever need access to my contacts or my calls. Enough already.
by Michael Hoogkamer on 30/01/2015
I have a digital subscription, and still the app show ads at the bottom. NYTimes app doesn't have this annoyance.
by Frank Becker on 30/01/2015
Pros: It really works very well on my Samsung Galaxy S4. It has performed reliably and the price is fair. Needed: One feature I would like to see included is a comments section for each article. While there are a lot of trolls around, I enjoy reading feedback, elaborations and corrections from sincere readers. CONS: I am very unhappy about the far reaching permissions this app currently requires,
by J.R. Orci on 29/01/2015
Pros: Love the simplicity of it. Easy to use. Happy with the content. Subscription also allows me to read the website. Now for the Cons: Battery hog. My phone constantly pops up an alert informing me that Wapo is consuming abnormal amounts of juice, and has me force close it. And lastly, I like the new update, but miss the classic font. Maybe add an option for style preference? :)
by Skip White on 26/01/2015
All the great stuff from WaPo, as long as long you don't mind getting old news. App no longer updates or refreshes, and often must be forced closed to get it to respond to commands. Also, Capital Weather Gang does not update at all. And I am a print subscriber.
by Lars Laestadius on 25/01/2015
The moving ad at the bottom of the screen cannot be turned off. I would have preferred the app to show me international news but there is no way to tell it to do so. I am disappointed.
by Robin Miller on 25/01/2015
I'm a paid-up WaPo subscriber thru Oct. 31, 2015, but I still get cut off after 10 articles in this app. Fine in Chrome, Windows or Android, or in Chromium on Linux. I've asked for help, was told to log in. I have, numerous times. Still no good. Deleting this broken app now. Oh, well.
by Ray Finkle on 22/01/2015
I used to be able to read unlimited articles on here for free. Now you get 10 free articles before having to pay for subscription. It's a shame, because The Washington post's unique position and approach to news is a vital service to the United States. I don't really blame them, I know they are on a tight budget these days, but I can't afford it either. Oh well, so long, App.
by Patrick Ryder on 21/01/2015
by Tony Alexander on 21/01/2015
Good news cost money. My gripe is not with cost. Tried app for three weeks and found not all news sections would update, even when attempted manually. If I can't get new news the app is useless. Canceled subscription
by Peter Grothe on 20/01/2015
I enjoyed this app until they started asking me for money. Go elsewhere for your 'news'
by Robert Bergsman on 19/01/2015
This app can not be moved to SD card on the Galixy Light
by Rodney Johnson on 17/01/2015
Love reading the Washington Post but this ten article limit sucks. Come on man !!!!!!