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Ratings and Reviews
Commercials, Commercials, commercials,......
Commercials after commercials after commercials. Each time your phone loses signal, like in a tunnel or elevator or just a weak reception area, the radio cuts out, forces you to first listen to a credit card ad that you have no way to skip (you can’t even simultaneously use another app while listening to it). Then 2 or 3 more commercials, about sarcoma treatment, about Africa Rhinos, about art & craft therapy, blah blah blah....before the real content kicks back in.
Based on my count, for every hour’s real radio content, you would spend 50% of that time listening to commercials between regular ones (usually half a dozen in a row) every 10 minutes, and the ones you are forced to listen to each time after the radio cuts out . And by the way, when the radio cuts out, it does not automatically resume when signals recover. You have to go back in, turn the “frozen” radio off and turn it back on. —- The most technologically backward radio app in the world considering Bloomberg as one of the most “sophisticated “ news sources in the world. Very often I got so frustrated I just gave up and switched it off.
Long time Bloomberg reader- disenfranchised by the extreme monetization of the content
I have been using this app for easily 4 years. I loved it when I first started using it, but, slowly but surely they began to monetize the content with ads which I am all for. However recently on top of the layers of ads and methods of monetizing their content which is already heavily subsidized by Bloomberg’s main business of selling institutional investors trading systems, they have thrown a 35 dollars a month pay wall in front of the same content they have given the public access to with ad support. 35 dollars a month is far too much for an application that has become more and more restrictive in how you use it (in an intelligent but frustrating attempt to maximize ad-space values) this may work for the people who you already have subscribing to your Bloomberg systems but that’s an obscene amount of money for the news especially to a millennial that is just seeking some less biased news to inform him in this world that’s upside down in terms of the news presented to the public. Rethink your pricing structure please 35 dollars a month for a student and to be honest for most people who don’t work in finance is just far too much.
Terrible Research App
This app is supposed to be able to deliver you market-related news. That’s why it exists. However, unless it’s current or fairly recent, do not expect quality archives - even of Bloomberg’s own old articles. I’ve used this since it’s debut, very bumpy road of updates, addition of ads, more monetization, now paywall, all of which are tertiary to DELIVERING NEWS. If I type in a stock symbol and you can’t even bother bringing your own articles written about the company, what is the point of using the app?!
But I do appreciate the morning daily digest so I know what Wall Street thinks I should care about for the next 24 hours. That’s semi-helpful. But...There’s a laundry list of features this app is missing, all of which it either used to have or could easily be added so I never use it very long.
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- 70.8 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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- In-App Purchases
- Bloomberg Digital Monthly $34.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.