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(+) New feature: Ability to print out articles from your mobile device.
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The applications The Wall Street Journal – Business & Markets News was published
in the category News on 2010-04-01 and
was developed by Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Journal..
The file size is 97.89 MB.
The current version is 8.5 and works well on
8.0 and high ios versions.
Welcome to v8.5 of the Wall Street Journal app. We've listened to your feedback and have added the ability to print articles from your device. We hope you enjoy.
In addition, you'll find enhanced fonts and color treatments.
Finally, we've taken care of various bugs to ensure a quality experience.
Unstable. Freezes when reading articles. Happy to troubleshoot/debug if support wants to reach out. Glad the app is still being updated for iOS 9x. But, it exits abruptly ever so often. After the app exits, I need to restart the iPad for the app to allow me to read and page through articles in a stable manner.
I use both issues of the WSJ. Extra features like greater New York and the puzzles are a pleasure, as well as videos and podcasts. Print is still the "breakfast special" - and I learn a great deal from the ads (and their placement) as well.
Why it gets one star: I get increasingly annoyed when I touch an article and it takes me outside of the app to a safari page. And worse, I then have to go thru the login process to read the article. I hate the blinking flashing shiny animated gifs embedded in articles. Very distracting while trying to read. Still crashes and is unstable.
Love this app, would give it a 5 if it had correct scaling support for the iPad Pro 10.5"
Am very happy with this ap.
Excellent fast access. Remembers my login and password. Past issues readily available. Love it.
Clean interface with great previews and honest reporting.
I get the paper edition when I am home, but the digital edition is perfect for traveling.
I really like the quality of the content & the writing... Good. Job!
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I love the depth, clarity and relevance of the WSJ news content. Most media sources don't get beyond the headlines, which doesn't allow you to really understand the critical issues. The WSJ does. They are also the best in the business at using graphs and charts to provide critical context for major stories. Well done!
Read for 30+ years, great 'paper' and love the app.
I absolutely love your newspaper, live and die by it and that is why I am soooo frustrated when I cannot access the menu to choose other sections and editions. Please correct so I can get my wsj fix! One should not have to forgo such a rare wealth of intelligent information in this age!
Balanced news is hard to one by these days. Most is so slanted no one believes in it. The WSJ is a cut above the rest printing fair balanced news, respecting our President and the people who voted for him.
Been reading WSJ since my BS in college. Twenty years later, it's still my first 'go-to'. Thank you, WSJ. Couldn't have done it without you! 🇺🇸
Overall a great app with great articles for a fairly cheap price
Fully functional to do what most people need. Shows the beauty of how an app can allow a user to get to the content of most interest and bounce around say in reviewing the financial pages for the last week at once.
The WSJ app forces me to log in every time I try to use it. Sort of a pain unless one is willing to use weak passwords. Weird, the app shows I can log out, implying I'm logged in, but still requests a log in on any subscriber articles. I have yet to be able to read a single subscriber article with the app. Using a fully up to date mini 4. Went back to Safari. Same content, leaves me logged in.
It has become part of my day to day life. When I wake up in the morning, this is one of the thing I look at on my iPad. It updates quickly, is well organized, reads clearly and allows you to prioritize the articles you want to read. For example, after glancing through the front page, I usually got to the world view, to read relevant news related to my activity as a emerging markets asset manager. I can only thank the WSJ for putting such a great medium at our fingertips.
I find it a fast way to check on most lead news stories. I would prefer less context and more tabular headlines.