The Washington Post, which is owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as of last August, rolled out a new “immersive news-reading” app Thursday — and it is only available to Amazon Fire owners for now. They will get free access to the app for six months. After that, it will be $1 for the next six months.
The app will be available on other devices next year, but those users will pay more: The app will cost $3.99 per month on other devices, according to the New York Times.
The Washington Post already has apps for a variety of tablets, but this edition has a few different features. Among them:
- “Pinch View — a new way to browse: Readers can easily swipe through an edition as if they are flipping through the pages of a magazine, getting a bird’s eye view of the entire content offering, along…
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