Washington Post Select

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4.6
70.1K reviews
1M+
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Everyone 10+
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About this app

Designed for your tablet and smartphone, this app keeps you informed with award-winning national and international news coverage—along with striking photography and informative graphics that bring stories to life. Breaking news and important updates keep you in the loop throughout the day. Intuitive browsing and a streamlined design allow you to seamlessly navigate through stories and enjoy in-depth reading. Free to download, subscribers enjoy unlimited access.
Updated on
Mar 21, 2022

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4.6
70.1K reviews
A Google user
February 8, 2019
The CONTENT is fantastic! This app, and the WaPost "classic" app, both have an annoying issue: when reading a story, as I scroll down to read more, oftentimes the page will go sideways to the next story. The tolerance is very tight, I have to be very careful to go straight down. I really can't think of a time when I would think, "I've read half of this story, but let me see what the next story is." Unnecessary and annoying feature.
20 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 10, 2018
It's one of the better newspaper apps I've used. Things can be relatively easily located, clicking on the story you want on a tablet that shows two articles next to each other, for example, brings to a larger print version of that article. This is more intuitive than most also. The menu that drops down from the upper left is well organized and leads you to a list of articles of that topic. It's shocking how many do not. The layout can vary more than one might expect though, between mobile and tablet, for example.
18 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
February 3, 2019
There is no easy way to see a compact list of stories similar to scanning headlines in a physical paper or the old webpage view. The website is available and although I prefer that format, it is slow compared to the app. Th classic app seems better, but maybe I will get used to the new one. I like to read news by scanning everything initially and then drilling down into what I think is most important. I get that the experience will be different on a phone. that's fine, but an index would help.
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What's new

This release contains performance improvements.