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The New York Post app for iPhone has been updated and is better than ever: version 2 features a richer, faster, more robust reading experience.

Updated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, our new 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.


● 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 and access to thousands of video clips
● Push notifications for breaking news, now easily turned on and off from app settings
● Greatly improved speed and performance
● Offline access to all recently-downloaded content
● Save articles to read later
● Adjustable text size for an optimal reading experience
● Our new 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 nypost.com/mobile-apps.

What’s New

Version 2.5.5

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
10K Ratings

10K Ratings

Vjsviking ,

Good Content but Predictably Unstable App

I read 30 minutes or so worth of articles on the app every day. Thoroughly enjoy the content and the layout. There is one constant glitch that needs to be addressed. Each day as you scroll down the time line of articles in Latest News and you pass an advertisement along the way.....poof! The entire day’s content of articles reverts back to yesterday’s catalog. The only way to get back to today’s articles is to completely shut down and erase (not delete) the active version of the app and reopen it. Then you must start all over again scrolling through all of the current day’s articles you’ve already read to get to where you were before the glitch occurred.

carl3rd ,

Outside looking in (with mouth agape)

Informative, always entertaining and brutally honest. Seemingly, as a blue collar lSouth Carolinian reading from across the
Mason/Dixon, the only way for the average person to draw attention to whatever their plight may be. And always with results. Never afraid to bash the politically correct but treats all sides fair as I see it. Humorous in their wordplay and they can cross the “line of neutrality” somehow in their opinions but quick and ready to confront and even bash all parties deservingly so. Read it online twice a day at a minimum....especially the Metro section...and never fail to get floored and astonished by the politics and crime, and the political criminals. Far removed from the suburban South, and yet I’ve learned to respect the resilience and compassion of the majority of the city. There is only one NYC and will only be one NYPost.

NCShipwreck ,

Becoming worthless

Thankfully this is a free app...
I don’t write many reviews but this app deserves one. I live out of NY but remain a loyal NY sports fan and honestly NY Post has the better sports section for covering the Rangers, Giants, Mets and Yankees.
I used to be able to click and article and have it open almost immediately, certainly within 5 seconds. Since an more recent update I click an article and it takes 60-90 seconds to open and sometimes, it isn’t even the article I clicked on. Apps are supposed to be fast, who has time to waste when opening an article only to get presented with a different article. Then there are the resets... I don’t know what else to call them. I’ll be scrolling down the page of headlines in the sports section to suddenly be brought back to the main screen of the app. It didn’t crash, it just reset.
If an update doesn’t resolve the load times, I’ll will improve them by using a different app.

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