Washington Post

Washington Post

By The Washington Post

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-03-03
  • Current Version: 3.32.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 127.96 MB
  • Developer: The Washington Post
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 241,651 Ratings


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 My Post. Free to download, subscribers enjoy unlimited access. PRODUCT FEATURES • TOP HEADLINES: Quickly browse the always updating feed of today’s news and read each story in full. • NEWS ALERTS: See images, headlines, and short excerpts of articles right in the expanded notification view. • 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 breaking 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. • FREE TRIAL: Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable • 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 MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON POST Experience The Washington Post in all forms. Check out our other apps: "Washington Post Select" for a magazine-style experience with stunning visuals that’s curated for the most important and interesting stories and “Washington Post Print Edition” for a digital replica of our print newspaper.



  • Great Paper, Crap App

    By Brian j in Texas
    The well oiled machines of tech, Apple, Google, FB and the like make tech easy and often seamless, so it’s painfully obvious when bad tech puts clunky, difficult to use apps into the mix. The WaPo app is still clinging to the antiquated idea that the editor and his minions should be the gate keepers of news. Instead of format that gives us a variety of choices, the app features “headlines” and a sort of “front page.” So quaint. Perhaps stuff it into a metal box chained to a light pole and we can all put coins in it and take virtual copies home... Since in-demand coders wouldn’t be caught dead in old media, the owners of legacy news groups will have to innovate and try new methods. Success won’t come by shoehorning the old format into a digital package. Using this app is like having a tiny 2”x4” mini newspaper that I cant even use to line the cat box when I’m done.
  • My daily newspaper

    By hope and confidence
    Democracy dies in darkness. That says it all.
  • 2 thumbs up

    By broanx9
    Not as good a news source as I used to think, but I might be more discerning in my old age. And who ya gonna turn to, anyways ? WaPo is the best available, warts and all. She is my baseline for trueing the crazies that the aggregators offer me.
  • Jamal

    By The Mother of Wisedom
    The Washington Post allowed me to read my high school friend Jamal’s voice about his beloved country Saudi Arabia from an adult point of view and how it had changed since Our Culver Summer School days. Jamal was one of my best friends when I was a young innocent naive girl who believed as Jamal did about the World. Thank you for Allowing the World to know my dear beloved friend Jamal. All who love you miss you daily and we hold you close in Our Hearts and Hear Your Wisdom in Our Souls.
  • Let Freedom Ring!

    By dwBrykalski.com
    The work and dedication of the Post’s reporters as well as their contributing writers are essential to keeping America free. And, the First Amendment of our sacred Constitution is FIRST for a reason—no voice shall be silenced; no thought or opinion disregarded; no perspective discarded. Let the light of discourse and debate burn brightly, so democracy will never “Die in Darkness”.
  • WAPO

    By petestone67
    Top notch reporting at a time when that’s never been more important.
  • No comments

    By ukulelehombre
    Love this app but still a little bummed that you can’t see the comments or leave a comment for a particular article. You have to open the page in safari if you want to do that. 😕
  • Truth telling

    By Foxxy1209
    In this era of “alternative truth” and outright lies by the President and his supporters, we need enlightenment from respected newspapers like the Washington Post and the New York Times. We need to support these papers with subscriptions either in print or online. Whether we are conservative or liberal in our politics, we need honest sources in order to make up our minds.
  • Love WA PO

    By Asian XTC
    I enjoy the app, but why have the comments disappeared from articles?
  • Outstanding reporting

    By cant find one yet
    Where would we be without the few newspapers we have left. We need go newspapers more than ever to report what has taken place