Washington Post APK

Version 5.34 - com.washingtonpost.android

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Washington Post apk

APP Information

Download Version 5.34 (1436)
Apk Size84.12 MB
App DeveloperThe Washington Post
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.2.x and up
App Packagecom.washingtonpost.android.apk
Website https://www.washingtonpost.com

Download Washington Post 5.34 APK

App Description

Washington Post is washingtonpost,android,news,magazines,washington,post, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.8 by 5 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit The Washington Post website who developed it. com.washingtonpost.android.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.2.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 5.34 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 3105+ times on store. You can also download com.washingtonpost.android APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Get award-winning global reporting from The Washington Post. The app is free to download and keeps you informed with expert coverage from Post journalists. 
• Stay informed with the 24/7 feed of today’s news.
• Wake up with The 7, a better morning briefing on the day’s most important and interesting stories. 
• Customize your alerts to be the first to know when news is breaking.
• Catch up with today’s stories by listening to original podcasts and audio articles. 
• Discover something new in My Post, a curated feed with recommendations just for you. 
•  Dive deeper into Post journalism with innovative graphics, video, and augmented reality exclusives. 

App ChangeLog

  • WASHINGTON — A picture tells a thousand words. Check out our new slideshow feature on the Top Stories tab.

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Google Play Reviews

  1. José L. Rodríguez-avatar

    José L. Rodríguez

    I had to switch to the classic version of the app because of an issue with the new one in which the scroll bar wouldn't show up while reading an article, leaving me with no way of knowing how much I had left to read of an article. I reported the issue to their tech support staff but their responses left a lot to be desired and showed a lack of understanding of the problem and the app. This classic version seems ok, if a little outdated. At least I don't have the scroll bar issue.

  2. Rachel Hull-avatar

    Rachel Hull

    I have had to abandon the app and use a browser instead since a recent change where deep links are all broken. If I click on a link to an article, it always goes to the front page, not the article. I also have found the repetitive in-app pop ups trying to get to to subscribe to alerts (I am ALREADY signed up for alerts, back off!) annoyingly disruptive to the experience.

  3. Jacquelyn Ben-Zekry-avatar

    Jacquelyn Ben-Zekry

    If I am just looking to read the news this is an excellent app. Easy to navigate and well laid out. Where this app falls down is if you are searching for something specific. It often happens that I see an article on the WP Instagram and if I click through it doesn't pull up the app and register my subscription, so sometimes I have to search in the app which almost never works. Even if you know the headline of the article: nothing. It's super irritating.

  4. Pi-avatar


    Excellent app, very easy to navigate and read. Obviously the content is key, there is quality material, but beyond that they have really fine tuned the app to work well. I particularly like zooming into parts of the "paper copy" as it makes me feel I'm reading a newspaper.

  5. April Becker-avatar

    April Becker

    Love the news, hate the fact that I can't log in and see the article that I click on. Click on article -> login -> main wapo page where I hunt (usually unsuccessfully) for the clicked article. Re-clicking brings me back to login. The fact that I'm Google logged in on the device the whole time never lets me just automatically see content.

  6. J Nieves-avatar

    J Nieves

    Great app, the only issue needed to get 5 stars is to locate the "share" button at the bottom, instead of at the top.it makes it difficult to share articles with one hand or to share articles in a quick manner. The reporting and graphics are 🔥

  7. Chris Krahe-avatar

    Chris Krahe

    I should have switched to the mobile app years ago; it's a much cleaner reading experience. That said, search results need article dates. And this is a nit, but the 'gift article' feature generates a large gap between the shortened URL and the article image, at least on Android.

  8. Deborah Walker-avatar

    Deborah Walker

    I enjoy Carolyn Hax's columns but was unable to find them on a consistent basis. So, with the discounted offer for a subscription to the paper, I signed up. Overall, I'm enjoying 'WAPO' so much that I plan to purchase a full-price subscription when the current one expires.

  9. Christopher Jahn-avatar

    Christopher Jahn

    I've demoted a star over a recent and annoying glitch: when I click on a Post story in my Twitter feed, it opens the app, but not the article. The article isn't anywhere on the page opened, either. Very sloppy coding.

  10. Sandhya Artique-avatar

    Sandhya Artique

    This app makes it easy to keep up with essential issues of the day, without having to spend hours reading long articles or watching heated debates on television. Thanks for providing it to subscribers.