INTRODUCING THE NEW YORK POST'S NEW APP FOR ANDROID! The New York Post’s app for Android is all-new - and bigger and better than ever! Join us today for a 30-day free trial! VERSION 2.0 Completely redesigned and rebuilt, the New York ...Read more
INTRODUCING THE NEW YORK POST'S NEW APP FOR ANDROID!
The New York Post’s app for Android is all-new - and bigger and better than ever! Join us today for a 30-day free trial!
Completely redesigned and rebuilt, the New York Post’s new Android app gives you complete access to each day’s edition, optimized for your tablet.
Everything you love about The Post is on display: hard-hitting news, New York’s best sports coverage, Page Six, entertainment, opinion, business, features, and everything else you expect from the Post. It’s just like the paper available for home delivery and at newsstands.
In addition to all the content from the print edition, each day’s edition is augmented with multimedia extras: photo galleries, videos, animation and more.
• Comprehensive editions: Access every print section including classifieds, weather, puzzles, specials and more • Enhanced readability: Pinch and zoom to enlarge stories and photos. Tap to view article text and adjust text size • Expanded archive: Download and save any edition from the last 30 days • Improved performance: Faster downloads and a more seamless reading experience • Richer multimedia: Enjoy more photos, slideshows and videos with daily multimedia content • Email notifications: Stay abreast of new features, breaking news, and specials available to subscribers
Version 2.0 supports Android versions 2.3 – 4.4. See the instructions below if you’re an existing subscriber and your device is running an older version of Android.
HOW TO UPDATE
• Login to Google Play to download the new version. • Open the app. • If you're an existing subscriber, tap on restore subscription. • You will be asked to log in to Google Play. This merely confirms that your subscription is valid. After that, you’re done!
HOW TO AUTO-DOWNLOAD ISSUES
To receive the New York Post automatically each morning, push notifications must be enabled:
In the app, go to Settings and turn on Automatically Download New Issues. Note: Keep your device plugged in and connected to the Internet to allow auto-download for the night.
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view Wi-Fi status
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