• A morning briefing from the editors of The Economist.
• Brand new content delivered 6 days a week.
• Free to download with access to one article daily for non-subscribers.
The Economist Espresso is a new morning briefing from the editors of The Economist. Delivered to your smartphone or inbox before breakfast, it tells you what’s on the global agenda in the coming day, what to look out for in business, finance and politics and, most importantly, what to make of it.
The Economist Espresso is published each weekday morning in three editions for the Americas, Europe and Asia.
• The Economist Espresso is free to download.
• One article of your choosing can be read for free daily.
• You are able to purchase a monthly subscription to the full edition of The
Economist Espresso for GBP £4.99 / USD $4.99 / EUR €4.99 / HK $23.00.
• If you are an existing subscriber to The Economist, with digital
entitlement, full access to Espresso is now included with your subscription.
• Brand new content delivered 6 days a week.
• Published each weekday morning in three editions for the Americas,
Europe and Asia.
• Automatically delivered to your smartphone before breakfast.
• All users on iOS 11.2 or above can subscribe to Economist Espresso within the app and take advantage of an introductory subscription offer. At the end of the introductory term, the subscription will automatically renew onto a monthly subscription at the standard price.
• You will be charged in your local currency at the prevailing exchange rate as defined by iTunes.
• Payment is charged to your iTunes account upon confirmation of purchase.
• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription.
• Introductory offers, and monthly subscriptions automatically renew.
• Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours before the end of the current period.
• Subscribe for GBP £4.99 / USD $4.99 / EUR €4.99 / HK $23.00 a month.
• You can manage auto-renewal of your subscription from your iTunes account settings at any time, but must be turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period to avoid being charged again.
ABOUT THE ECONOMIST ESPRESSO
The Economist Espresso is part of The Economist weekly international news and business publication offering independent and clear reporting, commentary and analysis on world current affairs; business, finance, science and technology, culture, society, media and the arts.
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Ratings and Reviews
The perfect morning ☕️
The Economist Espresso has become a valuable part of my morning routine. It provides the same quality global reporting and commentary in flowing prose that I have come to expect from the Economist Group. It survey’s recent stories I should know. And it is especially effective at covering global news which others fail to cover.
The most valuable part of the Espresso app is its brevity. The app allows me to read the news in a tight morning schedule without going down the online news rabbit hole. Like many, I strive to get the quote every morning as a reward for reading all six pages.
Keep up the good work!
A Nice Dose of Calm
In the morning, I tend to make my coffee, meditate for 10-15 minutes, then read Espresso before moving on to something else whilst sipping my bean-water. As part of my morning ritual, Espresso gives me a good boost in thinking while making me a laugh out loud every so often. It’s well-informed data and links to Economist articles furthers my understanding of what’s going on in the world today. Plus, as a sucker for a good quote, the last page of the report makes me happy. Overall, a great use of time every day.
Not getting better ....
I have used the app for at least 5 years now. It’s my usual cycling companion. Little by little I have watched the engineering decline and judgement grow worse.
Bluetooth buffering has been a consistent flaw that they can’t seem to get right. On certain devices when there is a pause, the resumption is delayed. Poor QA practices.
UI is not really improving and in the audio section is plain bad.
I pay for the subscription. Can I expect not to have to “swipe left” to avoid the upfront ad? The swipe is poorly done so 3 out of times you end up clicking. That’s called a clickbait - is that Economist wishes?
When first introduced, it was annoying. Now that it is always shown even when you are simply returning to continue on the article you were reading or listening to, it’s just plain offensive. You think that extra half a cent worth the damage to you brand’s image?
Poor judgement on the app diminishes a great magazine.
- The Economist Newspaper Group Inc.
- 75.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- Copyright © The Economist Newspaper Limited 2017
- In-App Purchases
- Espresso monthly subscription $5.49
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.