Post travel agent login will be suspended after users complained, according to a post on the Washington Post’s website.
The app was launched earlier this month, but users complained that it was confusing about the company’s location.
The Post said in a statement that it is removing the app “in response to the complaints.”
Users who want to sign up for the app must log in to the Washington Examiner’s travel site, and they will be directed to the Post website.
It will continue to offer travel alerts, which are typically delivered by email.
The new app, which can be found at washingtonpost.com/travel, was released in March.
Users can track the status of their travel in real time, and can create a personalized itinerary.
In a statement, the Post said it’s reviewing the complaints and will remove the app if users feel the app is not helping travelers.
“The app is intended to help people track their travel, but it also offers some information that is more personal than most travelers would prefer to share,” the Post’s statement said.
“Users have a right to expect the app to be honest about the information it provides, and that we take their privacy seriously.”