The Washington Post Rolls Out iPad App

The Washington Post entered the iPad app game, launching a free app that offers all of the newspaper’s news, opinion, and feature stories, as well as online photo galleries and videos, Mashable reported.

Access to all content will be free-of-charge through Feb. 15, after which subscriptions to the iPad edition will cost $3.99 per month, or $0.99 for subscribers to the print edition of The Washington Post, according to Mashable.

The app also features a Live Topics section, which combines top stories with related content from around the Internet and conversation streams from Twitter and Facebook, Mashable reported, adding that users can download individual articles for offline reading, as well as sharing them via Facebook, Twitter, and email.

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