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THE WASHINGTON POST IN-VEHICLE APP

THE LATEST NEWS, LIVE IN YOUR VEHICLE

The Washington Post In-Vehicle App  lets you stay current by streaming news reports, such as “Post Reports.”


ABOUT THE WASHINGTON POST IN-VEHICLE APP

The Washington Post In-Vehicle App features podcasts and news reports from the award-winning news organization that has covered politics in Washington and the world since 1877. 

Download the Washington Post In-Vehicle App on a compatible infotainment system with an eligible Onstar plan. A data connection is required.

GETTING STARTED

To get started, download The Washington Post In-Vehicle App by opening the APPS icon or Play Store on your vehicle’s center display, depending on your model, and selecting THE WASHINGTON POST.

Launch the app by tapping THE WASHINGTON POST icon on your vehicle’s center display. After opening the app, accept The Washington Post’s Terms and Conditions.  

SCREEN CONTROLS

When you open The Washington Post In-Vehicle App, you’ll see the “Post Reports” tile. 

When you tap a tile, it shows the “Now Playing” screen, which displays the name of the episode, available artwork and the date the episode was released. 

From here, you can play or pause the currently selected content, rewind or fast forward 30 seconds, and skip forward and back between episodes.   


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Q&As

Is there a data connection in the vehicle that I can use for The Washington Post app?

Yes, you can use your In-Vehicle Data connection to use The Washington Post In-Vehicle App.

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To find out if your vehicle has this feature, contact your dealer or refer to your vehicle’s equipment list. Please check your Owner’s Manual for more information about features.