Amazon has come up with its new Washington Post tablet app for the Kindle Fire tablet. This tablet app is now available in Amazon Appstore. The good part of the story is that the tablet app is free for use for the first six months.
This free version is inclusive of the app and comes with a digital subscription. The app will be initially available only on the Kindle Fire tablets. Amazon has plans to launch this app on some other devices also.
With the launch of this tablet app, the 700 strong workforce of Washington Post will get directly connected to Kindle Fire tablet. A unique innovation which separates this app from others in the niche is that the users can flip through its pages, as if they are reading a magazine.
Washington Post has some mega plans for the tablet app. The editorial team will be releasing two editions of the tablet app daily. One of these will come in morning hours while the other will come in evening hours.
Washington Post employees associated with the project have made earnest efforts in making this project a success. The app has been designed for readers worldwide and will cover national and international news on a daily basis. The newspaper editorial team has appreciated the efforts put in by the designing and marketing team in making this endeavour a success and plans to launch improved version of the app in coming days after assessing the mood of the market.