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Washington Post Social Reader
Washington Post Social Reader is a free Facebook application that offers a new way to read news from The Washington Post and more of the Web's best news sources — with your friends. Once you're using the app, the stories you read will be instantly shared with your friends, and your friends' reads will be shared with you, creating a socially powered newswire of intriguing articles.
Personal Post is a constantly updated stream of articles from your favorite authors, blogs and sections of the Washington Post. Each person's stream is unique, so you'll need an account on washingtonpost.com to get started. When you find an article you like and want to add things to Personal Post, look for our new "More" button next to the Facebook and Twitter links and click it!
Root 100 Apps
As part of recognizing The Root 100 honorees, we developed 100 mobile apps that track each honorees' influence as it happens. Each app aggregates content from across the Web and social media so that fans can get real-time news and a variety of information about each individual. Download all 100 apps in the Google Play store.
Want to keep up with all of your interests? Go to Trove, a personalized news service that combines the latest headlines gathered by our editors and feeds from 10,000 sources — all organized into topic-based channels.
Workers in Washington, DC, face some of the most stressful commutes in the country, so we partnered with the city's top daily commuter newspaper, Express, to design and build a mobile Metro guide to make their lives a little easier. Using DC Rider, commuters can check train times, fares, and what's happening at the closest stations. The app is available on iPhone and Android.