By Stratfor Enterprises LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
The Stratfor app gives iOS mobile and tablet users another way to experience Stratfor’s world-class analysis. This easy-to-use app allows Stratfor subscribers to access and store their content in a new way, and will give non-subscribers access to a changing but limited selection of our content.
New features will be added over time, so let us know what you think!
Features and Specifications:
Stratfor’s articles and analysis are presented in an attractive and easy-to-use native iOS application.
Subscribers can have content pushed to their phones as it is published and stored for later, offline reading. This stored content can be based on topic and region preferences.
The app is free to download.
It was designed for iOS versions 8.0 and above.
What's New in Version 3.1.6
The Stratfor Worldview mobile app now includes global search. Search for keywords and other topics of interest and the app will generate recommendations based on your query.
Articles included in the app now include hyperlinks to Worldview content from within the mobile app.
Great app and service with one caveat
Stratfor is an insightful and dare I say essential service for anyone whose work relies upon the acquisition of up to the minute information regarding areas of the world that popular journalism generally ignores because it isn’t “sexy” (yet), or for anyone that wishes to understand and be aware of global developments before they float to the top of the social media septic tank (a phenomenon also known as “trending”). Its analysis is pythian in its ability to glean microscopic details from macroscopic trends, and the situation reports are indispensable due to their brevity and up to minute frequency. The situation reports in particular could be compared to a near real-time version of the Economist’s Espresso.
My sole complaint is that the Quarterly, Annual, and Decade forecasts are not available in the app, and yet are essential reading, especially for new users. It would also be convenient if the Tablet and mobile apps were merged.
Great App - Finally
Addressed issues with articles not displaying written content and now able to access podcasts within articles.