The Washington Post today launched its flagship news app designed for Android™ Tablets, Kindle Fire HD and HDX devices, and other tablet devices using the Android. The app provides a comprehensive package of The Post’s award-winning reporting and commentary, in addition to immersive photo galleries, video clips, more than 40 comic strips and more. The app also features a replica of the day’s newspaper, where users can flip through pages with one swipe.
 
“Android is among the fastest growing in the tablet space, and we felt building a flagship app for Android users was an important service to provide our readers. It allows us to create an experience and add functionality specifically designed for those tablets,” said Julia Beizer, Director of Mobile at The Post.
 
The Washington Post App for Android Tablet is available on Google Play™ at play.google.com and Amazon Appstore at http://amazon.com/appstore.
 
Northrop Grumman is the official launch sponsor of the app and will provide complimentary access for one month. Beginning in November, The Post App for Android Tablet will be included with The Post’s digital subscription package. Readers will be able to purchase the subscription through Google Play payment services.

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