The Washington Post Android


Stay informed of the latest international and American news with the official application of the newspaper The Washington Post for Android devices

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The Washington Post is the oldest newspaper of the capital of the United States, and it enjoys a great reputation and fame. This is its official app, which invites us to be informed of the news around the world, especially of the American territory.

For that purpose, there is a main wall and complete tabs from which we can read all kinds of current articles and reports. We can also set a system of alerts so that we directly receive the last-minute news.

This is without a doubt one of the strengths of the tool, since the alerts are not only an incomplete headline and we won't have the need to enter the article to read it in its entirety. On the contrary, not only can we read the complete headline at a glance, but also the beginning of the article. In this way, we receive the information and we are invited to expand it by touching the alert, instead of receiving half-finished information. And that is to be welcomed.

Read the latest news: politics, sports, business and technology, or enjoy opinion articles and the coverage of news on lifestyle and leisure.

An excellent selection of news

This application is divided into five tabs to help us access the information clearly and simply. They are the following:

  • Newspaper.
  • Discover.
  • Alerts we wish to receive.
  • Saved articles.
  • Automatic downloads.

From the tab "Discover" we can access the most important news of the day through a presentation of visual content. Furthermore, some of the news sections are: politics, opinion, investigation, impeachment (Donald Trump's), technology, sports, lifestyle and augmented reality. It's a great way of accessing (allegedly) proven and reliable information. However, bear in mind that it's all in English.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.2.
  • Offers in-app purchases.
María Eugenia Morón
María Eugenia Morón
The Washington Post
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