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Bloomberg Businessweek+

By Bloomberg Finance LP


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Read Bloomberg Businessweek+ weekly for all the content of the print edition of the magazine along with exclusive content and interactive features that enrich the reading experience.

Subscribers to the print edition of the magazine get each week's issue for FREE after validating their print subscription.

- iTunes App Store Best of 2012
- 2012 Webby Award for Best News Tablet App
- Best News and Info App in 2011 (Mobile Excellence Awards)
- XMA Cross Media Award from WAN-IFRA (World Association of Newspapers)

- Get the latest market information and news on companies mentioned in articles by tapping on the name of the company in the article (in bold) or by tapping on the related tab
- Search across all your issues
- Create your personal archive and access it from any issue
- Easily manage your issues with an auto-archiving option for issues older than 3 months (ON by default). TIP: Even if auto-archive is OFF, Newsstand will continue to auto-archive issues once device storage is constrained.
- Resize the fonts to suit your reading needs
- Share articles via e-mail, Twitter and Facebook
- Each week's issue available from 10pm on Thursday EST

How does the Bloomberg Businessweek+ subscription work?
- Subscribers to the print edition of the magazine get each week's issue for FREE after validating their print subscription
- To subscribe, choose either a monthly subscription for $2.99/month or an annual subscription for $29.99/year
- Unlock ALL archive issues for just $3.99
- Your subscription gets you access to both the iPad & iPhone. Pay once and get it on both devices.
- 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 current 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.

Bloomberg Businessweek offers a global perspective to help senior executives profit from smarter, faster and more informed decisions. Founded in 1929, the magazine is a market leader with more that 4.7 million readers in 140 countries. Drawing on more than 2300 journalists in 146 bureaus across 72 countries, Bloomberg Businessweek covers the business world like no one else can.

What's New in Version 1.7.7

- Bug fixes


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Customer Reviews

Won't download any more

This used to be an app that I really liked. Now it is useless. First there were the increasingly abundant pop-ups,such that you can hardly follow your train of thought while reading. Then it stopped downloading issues. It gets to 99% then stops. Unlike audiobooks, where you can start listening while the download process continues, in this case 99% gives you nothing. It probably is occupying space in memory but cannot be read.

I tried deleting the app and reloading the issues that I wanted. A few issues came in. But since than I have again been unable to download issues. Today I tried once more - I deleted the app and then brought it in again. No love.

I am glad I held on to my print subscription. I kept because my partner prefers it, now I am stuck with it as well.

Annoying pop up ads

This used to be my standard for magazine apps but ever since they implemented the pop up ads in nearly every article, I find myself reaching out for the paper copy. To add insult to injury, it's usually the same ad that greets you in every article, like that irritating mosquito that buzzes you in the face. The ad has your attention, but in the worse way.
I still like this app's navigation system. It's still one of the few that gets it.
I simply wonder about the breathtaking disconnect is on the pop up ads, as if someone was trying to sabotage the app.

Almost like a printed magazine

I've been reading Businessweek for a long time and this app is nicely done and replicates a magazine very well.

What doesn't work? The annoying way the ads pop up. In a print magazine an ad has to attract your attention with photos, clever copy or a predetermined interest on your part. These ads pop up, annoy you and really detract from the experience. I think they have the opposite effect of a good ad, they turn you off to a product or service.

Fix the ads and you have a 5 star app.

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  • Category: News
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  • Version: 1.7.7
  • Size: 54.0 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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