The Washington Post has made its new app experience available to all Android phones and tablets exclusively through the Amazon Appstore.
The Washington Post has announced that its app, launched late last year for Amazon's Fire tablets, has been updated for all Android devices. Android users hoping to use the new experience can get it exclusively from Amazon's Appstore.
New Android users will be able to access the app for free for the first six months, according to The Washington Post:
Android customers who download the app from the Amazon Appstore through the Amazon App for Android will be offered six months of free access to the app, with no subscription required.
The phone app utilizes a card-based design that allows users to quickly browse stories. On tablets, users can flip through the app like they would a magazine, switching easily between the morning and evening editions of the paper.
You can grab the app from the Amazon Appstore now.
Source: The Washington Post