New York Post for Tablet

Contains adsIn-app purchases
3.1
215 reviews
50K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this app

BRAND NEW FOR 2020, INTRODUCING VERSION 4 OF THE NEW YORK POST’S TABLET APP

The New York Post’s tablet app for Android has been completely rebuilt. Join us today for a 30-day free trial* of your NY Post app subscription.

We’ve rebuilt the New York Post app for tablets from scratch to ensure the best performance possible. And we’re introducing a whole new way for tablet readers to experience everything The Post has to offer.

Our new app features two unique experiences:

PRINT EDITION: An exact replica of the newspaper, published once a day. The previous 15 days’ worth of papers are always available. Download to your tablet to read offline, and save issues for as long as you’d like.

THE BRAND-NEW DIGITAL EDITION: A “live” digital experience, continuously published and updated 24/7. Includes breaking news as it happens, hundreds of stories not available in print, plus videos, photo galleries and much more. And you can search the full digital archive of content.

Download now to never miss any of our breaking news updates, leading sports news, insightful business news, opinionated columnists, must-know local news, latest entertainment news, exclusive celebrity gossip and so much more.

COMPATIBILITY

Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and up

SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS

A New York Post app subscription is required for reading the app. Within the app, you will be able to purchase one of the following app subscription options, each featuring a 30-day free trial:

• One month ($12.99)
• Six months ($69.99)
• One year ($129.99)

*App subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. To cancel a subscription during the free trial, subscription must be cancelled at least 24 hours before the trial ends.

HELP, PRIVACY AND TERMS OF USE

• For technical issues, please visit http://nypost.help/android-app/ or email androidtablethelp@nypost.com.

• For our privacy policy, please visit http://nypost.com/privacy/. For terms of use, please visit http://nypost.com/terms/.
Updated on
May 11, 2022

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3.1
215 reviews
A Google user
April 13, 2020
I've read the Sports section of this paper my whole life and once I moved to NJ I switched to the tablet version and it's horrible. At first it was pretty cool you could zoom making the font as big or small as you wanted, but they continued to make adjustments and now the fonts so small I can barely read it. No longer paying $9.99 for this when I have to read with a magnifying glass.
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NYP Holdings, Inc.
April 14, 2020
Thank you for your feedback. Please note that you are currently able to change the font size displaying in the app via a tool at the top of the Settings page. To make the font bigger, simply tap on the button in the middle of the slider and drag it to the right.
Falstaff Arroyo Gutiérrez
November 6, 2021
Cannot SAVE downloaded issues of the N.Y. Post since the app update of November 1st, 2021. Version 4.0.10-Google (on Chrome OS,) the issues are downloaded, however, they do NOT apppear on the 'Saved Issues' section of the Print Edition. Please fix ASAP, I do not want to lose my issues. Thanks.
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NYP Holdings, Inc.
November 8, 2021
Thanks for bringing this issue to our attention, we are sorry for the inconvenience. We've passed this along to the dev team for review and we will reach back out with an update when we have one. Thanks for your patience, we appreciate you being a loyal reader.
A Google user
March 1, 2020
Better than last iteration. More issues to view than before. Still a better deal than to get that print edition at the newsstand.
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What's new

Bug fixes and performance improvements.