extension ExtPose

The Washington Post

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Description from extension meta

Stay informed with hand-picked stories from the editors of The Washington Post.

Image from store The Washington Post
Description from store See today’s top stories each time you open a new tab.

Latest reviews

  • (2022-07-16) Sola Soul: Great App, I'd love for it to start somewhere in the middle of the page and still retain the gnome functions.
  • (2022-06-05) gnik droy: The layout can use some help. There is no need to mention "The Washington Post" and the date at the top, especially the date, since it is implied. If you think that hinders your brand, just make it a the title margin smaller. Currently it takes up to 25% of all space on a laptop screen. The cards itself need some breathing space. Just some minor padding between the cards and left and right margin will make the layout much more legible. Alternatively, if you want to keep the current layout, at least fix the max number of cards per row to 3-4 Additionally, the option to use a dark theme would be appreciated.
  • (2021-09-11) barkerrd: The layout is excellent. I can read entire articles of just the first paragraph. I wish the journalist ould comment on the comments.
  • (2021-01-07) Anthony Reeves: All the advantages of a paper without all the paper filling up my recycling bin. Love it!
  • (2018-08-22) Ruben Settle: reading The Washington Post is reading the fact.
  • (2018-03-13) Michael Rega: Best news ext yet, keep it up WAPO
  • (2018-02-06) Austin Graff: Some extensions are unhelpful, but this one IS helpful and visually appealing!
  • (2018-02-06) Olivier Laurent: Quick, visual way to see what's going on in the news. Love it!
  • (2018-02-06) Kate Newman: This is such a helpful way to keep up with the news! The visuals are engaging and the UX is great. Even if I don't have time to read a story in the moment, I find myself bookmarking things for later.
  • (2018-02-06) Chris Meighan: A great way to navigate the top stories of the day
  • (2018-02-06) Kevin Adkins: πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
  • (2018-02-06) Emily Guskin: Visually appealing and handy for finding new stories.
  • (2018-02-06) Dave Jorgenson: The graphics are great. I often find myself clicking several stories at once and reading them all in a row.
  • (2018-02-06) William Wickett: Awesome!!

Latest issues

  • (2021-10-18, v:1.0) Joyce Mccarthy: Reading the paper
    I have just signed up for a year subscription. How do I get into the articles?
  • (2021-05-30, v:1.0) John Abbott: Washington Post
    How can I install my washington post subscription on my laptop without it taking over my browser?
  • (2021-03-04, v:0.9) Virginia Huber: additional reader/husband
    With my subscription, I understand my husband also has access to Washington Post online. His email is [email protected] How do I sign him up, if he isn't already? Thank you, Virginia Huber [email protected]
  • (2020-11-24, v:0.9) Phillip Branner: Device compatibility
    Are there plans to expand compatibility of Wapo Print Edition feature with Windows-based devices?
  • (2019-12-31, v:0.6) Nancy Lasner: How do I access my free Amazon Prime subscription?
    see above
  • (2019-02-23, v:0.6) Steve Hardesty: Extension Behavior
    Does every new tab I open load the WaPo content?
  • (2018-03-14, v:0.6) Sig Martinez: app wont open on chrome book
    realized it executes when you open a new tab there you see the results of the app
  • (2018-03-14, v:0.6) Sig Martinez: app wont open on chrome book
    I have the same issue happen to me
  • (2018-03-09, v:0.6) Paul Dale: app won't open
    App won't open on my chromebook. I can't delete and reinstall it.


40,000 history
4.7 (32 votes)
Last update / version
2021-05-06 / 1.0
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