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Bloomberg Businessweek+

By Bloomberg Finance LP


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Download the Bloomberg Businessweek app to access new, must-read content every day. Customized by region for our global readers in US, Europe, and Asia, the new app allows users to access Businessweek anytime, anywhere for insight and analysis on the global stories that matter most.

● Bloomberg Businessweek subscribers and Bloomberg terminal users can access all of the app's content for FREE, after linking their accounts.
● Non-subscribers can download the app for FREE and access a few articles each month.

● Through our new "BW IQ" section, view must-read Businessweek content every day, with insights and analysis on the global stories that matter most
● Access all of your weekly issues, perfectly formatted for your mobile and tablet screens
● Download the digital edition before the print edition arrives
● Search across all of your issues
● Create your own personal archive of your favorite stories
● Each week's issue is available from 10PM on Thursday EST
● Subscribe and get unlimited access to Businessweek stories within the app AND on

How does a Bloomberg Businessweek app subscription work?
● To subscribe, choose either a monthly subscription for $5.99 /month or an annual subscription for $59.99/year
● Your subscription gives you unlimited access to all Businessweek content within the app and on (after linking your account)
● Payments will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase
● Your subscription will auto-renew unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the billing period
● You may turn off auto-renewal from your iTunes account settings on your iPad or iPhone
● Subscriptions cannot be cancelled during the active subscription period

About Bloomberg Businessweek:
Bloomberg Businessweek helps global leaders stay ahead with unique insights and in-depth analysis on the people, companies, events, and trends shaping today's complex, global economy. Informed by exclusive markets data and business intelligence that only Bloomberg can provide, Businessweek offers readers compelling business stories from an award-winning network of over 2,700 journalists in news bureaus across 150+ countries.

Subscribe to get more of what you need to stay ahead around areas such as business, finance, technology, economics, and power.

What's New in Version 2.0.1

• New redesign for a simplified and better in-app experience
• New daily feed (BW IQ) to catch up every day with curated stories
• Snipping tool to share your favorite quotes and images from the articles


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Customer Reviews

Bloomberg knows how to ruin an app

Bloomberg forces you to update the app to read the newest issue. Once you update, downloading to read offline only truly works when you're on airplane mode or aren't connected to the internet. If you are connected to internet, it will basically load the article on their website, instead of just allowing you to read the issue you downloaded (which is all this app needs, not all this extra crap, such as IQ, which truly belongs in the regular Bloomberg app, but they ruined that one too). If you're connected to the internet but only have a single bar of coverage, you have to wait for the article to load, DESPITE DOWNLOADING IT TO YOUR DEVICE. For a supposedly calculating company such as Bloomberg, this is incredibly backwards.

If there is no update with the option to read downloaded issues while connected to the internet without using data and going through their poorly-integrated mobile website in the next two weeks, I won't be renewing my subscription.


It cannot find my subscription, and tells me that it's expired when it still has two years to run. To make matters worse, it has removed all my previous, paid for, downloaded back issues. The digital people sent me to the subscription people who verified my active subscription, and are now sending me back to the "digital department." A bunch of incompetents, IMO. At least the dead tree edition gets to my mailbox, so far. Plus, the new format isn't user-friendly. I liked the older, magazine-like version. Of course, I'm only allowed to look at four articles online, because my subscription is out there in the ether.

Thumbs down on this dreck.

New version- no support

So the new version required that I log in again. And it won't activate. I pay how much for this subscription and they can't respond to a support request about a new release within 6 hours? I called their regular subscriber line and was told they were running a database update. Now what media company does a major database update the same day they release a new version and the same time as a weekly issue comes out? And what kind of database update of subscribers takes this long? Guarantee they offer better service to their terminal subscribers. Don't update until you see more positive reviews.

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  • Free
  • Category: News
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  • Version: 2.0.1
  • Size: 88.6 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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