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The Washington Post iPad App

by on November 10th, 2010

The Washington Post iPad app is out in the App Store and is probably the best news app you can get at the moment. The WP is moving forward with a paid model for their app, but currently content is free until February 15, 2011. Have you downloaded this yet?

iTunes Description:

Introducing The Washington Post app for iPad™.

When it comes to immersing yourself in a news story, look no further than the source you trust: The Washington Post. Experience our award-winning journalism on a wide range of subjects including national news, politics, opinion, business, sports, entertainment and food. Read stories from your favorite reporters, columnists and bloggers like Chris Cillizza, Eugene Robinson, Kathleen Parker, Michael Wilbon, Ezra Klein and Carolyn Hax.

Get closer to the story with our Live Topics feature. It combines the best coverage of the most
talked-about news of the day with social media conversations from Twitter and Facebook. Enjoy rich photo galleries with work from our renowned photojournalists and extensive video content so you can go deeper into every angle of every story. Download stories to read later, even when you are offline.

Once you download the app, in order to explore our content, simply log in with an existing washingtonpost.com account or register within the app.

A complimentary full-access subscription to The Washington Post app for iPad is provided until Feb.15, 2011, after which time there will be a fee for full access. This app is ad-supported

Check out this commercial:

Click here to download the Washington Post iPad app.

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  • http://twitter.com/robschertzer Dr Robert Schertzer

    Content is great but the Washington Post iPad app is so-so. Managed to crash it twice so far just navigating stories and navigation not award winning. Free is worth it but not worth paying for unless they can do better with the interface for value added features.