New York Post for iPad 17+

NYP Holdings, Inc.

    • 2.1 • 302 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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The New York Post’s app for iPad allows readers to experience everything The Post has to offer, beautifully formatted for their iPad. Join us today for a 30-day free trial* of your New York Post app subscription.

The app features an exact replica of the newspaper, page by page. The previous 15 days’ worth of papers are always available. Download to your iPad to read offline, and save issues for as long as you’d like.

For live updates throughout the day, you can also conveniently access through the app, keeping all of The Post you love in one place

Download now to never miss any of our breaking news updates, leading sports news, insightful business news, opinionated columnists, must-know local news, latest entertainment news, exclusive celebrity gossip and so much more.

Supports iOS 11 and up

A New York Post app subscription is required for reading the app. Within the app, you will be able to purchase one of the following app subscription options, each featuring a 30-day free trial:

• One month ($12.99)
• Six months ($69.99)
• One year ($129.99)

*App subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. To cancel a subscription during the free trial, subscription must be cancelled at least 24 hours before the trial ends. Subscriptions may be managed by the user by going to the user's Account Settings.

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What’s New

Version 5.0.24

Now conveniently access directly from the app, plus backend improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.1 out of 5
302 Ratings

302 Ratings

NwkEWR ,

Flawed Subscription Model...

...Subscribers to the NY Post Digital editions CANNOT use such subscription to access content on any device(s) they own, as the current payment model is tied to either Apple's or Google's App Stores, thus, anyone who wants to read the Post on either platform must pay twice, this is short sided, most rivals allow subscribers to setup an account and pay once, while it is up to the subscriber to decide which method(s) to use in order to read the contents.

Midtown - Jerry ,


I am attempting to access NY POST stories but can’t get in because a monetary subscription page keeps popping up which prevents me from navigating the app? Very annoying and aggravating. Software is flawed.

2) I previously had to delete the app and then reinstall it because it was not recognizing my Password which was only one (1) day old. When I attempted to Log In with one of the three (3) big tech companies the spinning field was circling round and round and would not stop. It would have continued eternally. Therefore I had to delete the NY POST APP and then reinstall it.

I was unable to register to “ADD A COMMENT” on a stinky NY City. It would not recognize my Password. This problem is not isolated to the NY POST. It happens all over the Internet and users expend untold amount of wasted man-hours efforts.

Do a story on the never-ending wasted man-hour efforts on PASSWORDS, USER-ID’s, and EMAILS which are never recognized by all these outrageous worthless softwares which never get things right?

Thank You
Jerry fm Midtown Manhattan

GeorgeTS63 ,

Where do you get the nerve to charge for certain sports articles?

I pay $130 a year for this newspaper since the iPad came out in 2010. I will not renew if I have to pay an additional fee to read half the articles about the NY Mets. You don’t credit me for the articles about the Yankees, football, basketball, or hockey I don’t read. If you want to follow the failed business model of cable/satellite tv and charge a la carte, I’ll simply cut this cord too and go back to reading the daily news. If you want to print a sports magazine, grow some balls and do it. You’re a local newspaper not sports illustrated or the sporting news which probably no longer make a profit in this digital age.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for reaching out to express your concerns about Post Sports+, our new membership experience. We launched Post Sports+ as a standalone membership experience because we wanted to bring sports fans new ways to interact with our writers, and to give them new types of content that we didn't offer before. Members now have the opportunity to text with some of their favorite writers like Mike Vaccaro, can choose from 9 exclusive newsletters, attend virtual and in-person events and more.

This is a new business and area of investment, and therefore not included in our other offerings. We do appreciate your feedback and we will explore bundling it with home delivery or e-edition subscriptions for interested readers, but didn't want to raise prices of our core products for all our customers.

Please don't hesitate to reach out if we can ever be of assistance. We truly value you as an iPad app subscriber.

App Privacy

The developer, NYP Holdings, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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