New York Post for iPhone 12+

NYP Holdings, Inc.

    • Free

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Description

The New York Post app for iPhone has been updated and is better than ever: Version 3 features a richer, faster, more robust reading experience.

Our new Top Stories tab features the most important articles you need to read now; see our biggest stories in one place, selected by our editors and updated frequently. The Latest Stories tab includes every story as soon as it's published. Or go straight to your favorite section, like Sports, Page Six, News, Metro, Trending and more.

Updated 24 hours a day, seven days a week, our app has everything you expect from The Post: Breaking news, exclusive gossip, insightful business reporting, opinionated columnists, and the best sports coverage around. Our latest version features more photos and video than ever before.

With the New York Post app for iPhone, our irresistible coverage is never more than a tap away.

FEATURES:

● Complete access to stories from all sections: News, Metro, Sports, Business, Opinion, Entertainment, Fashion, Living, Media, Tech, Real Estate, and Page Six, The Post’s legendary gossip section
● Enriched multimedia experience with hi-res photos, engaging galleries and thousands of video clips
● Push notifications for breaking news, with your choice of categories
● Greatly improved speed and performance
● Dark mode
● Offline access to all recently-downloaded content
● Save articles to read later
● Adjustable text size for an optimal reading experience
● Our design is optimized for your device, so it will look great no matter what model of iPhone you have

For help or to provide us with feedback, please contact us at iphonehelp@nypost.com. For more information on our mobile apps, go to https://nypost.com/mobile-apps.

What’s New

Version 3.1.13

Hotfix for issue affecting push notification settings.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
12.1K Ratings

12.1K Ratings

jinglejanglemorning ,

Great new update, bad ads

I love the new redesign of the app. It’s fresher and easier to read. However, I’ve noticed in the last week that if I click on a video to watch at the top of an article, there is a 30-second ad before the article video plays. Previously, I only saw 15-seconds ads and I didn’t mind them. 30-seconds is too long and I end up closing the app and looking elsewhere. Please limit advertisements to 15-seconds. Also, there is still the glitch that if you turn your phone horizontally while the ad is playing the video freezes. To resolve, you have to go out of the article and tap the video again to start it over. The phone can only be tilted after the ad is done playing.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for contacting the New York Post and taking the time to share your feedback. While ads are necessary to maintain the free versions of the apps, we are aware that they are often a bit disruptive to the reading experience. We will be sure to pass along all of your feedback here to the app team for review and consideration, especially that potential bug you mentioned. Thanks again for being a loyal reader.

Chuck-IV ,

The new top stories is AWEFUL. PLEASE GO BACK

**Edit** To the developer response… While you feel it may be more “engaging”, it’s not. As a reader, it is a time waster, time I really don’t have, because now I get one column of stories that are huge and I am having to scroll what seems like endlessly just to see half of what I used to be able to take in. I bet many of your readers feel the same. The other pages were left in the old format, which is a MUCH better, more efficient layout as you have the main top story and then SIDE BY SIDE columns of stories. So it’s easier to see more of what you offer.

If you aren’t going to change the top stories page, then at least add an option to start the app on a different section, like the News, which will at least not waste my time as much as the Top stories does.

Original comments… Who in the WORLD thought this was a good idea??? You have now made it so I see just about HALF the amount of stories I used to in the same amount of space. They are WAY TOO BIG. Oh but hey, those ads are twice as big now. Either go back to the old format or you have completely lost me as a reader.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for contacting the New York Post and taking the time to share your feedback. We appreciate that not all of our dedicated users like you may enjoy this change right away. But we do believe this redesign allows us to serve a much more engaging homepage experience, packed with even more stories and information, more use of photos and video -- more of what you love about The Post. We'll be sure to share your note with the rest of our team. As with any new product, user feedback is something we find incredibly helpful as we continue to grow and improve our products. Thank you again and please reach out to iphonehelp@nypost.com with any other questions or concerns you may have!

mkhiggins ,

Love to read actual news!!

I’m happy to see there are still actual reporters covering the news . Gone are the days of reporters fighting to get a story- now most edit the news to fit their political views.
I remember watching the briefings when Trump was President thinking this is the best we’ve got? Jim Acosta ( not sure where he’s from) would ask taunting, dumb questions not expecting an answer , just being ignorant. An Asian woman asks why he called it the Wuhan Flu. Now they ask Biden what flavor ice cream is his favorite!! I would think if you have the President’s ear you would want to ask the smartest question in the room- but I guess for them that was the smartest they had. Peter Ducey is smart and respectful and Miranda- is by far the best writer ever!! I always read her articles first and can’t wait to read the book!! I love the app but love having the paper in hand- best newspaper with actual fair honest reporting!!
Mkhiggins

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.

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  • Location
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  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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