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The Wall Street Journal – Business & Markets News

By Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Journal.

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Make time for the news app that’s as ambitious as you are. Get the latest headlines and interactive features from the Wall Street Journal, the world-renowned news organization with more than 125 years of peerless reporting and award-winning journalism.

The WSJ app gives you instant access to breaking stories from around the world plus the latest on business and finance, politics and technology, as well as expert commentary and analysis and up-to-the-minute updates on global stock markets and company news.

Whether you prefer browsing the contents of our daily edition or the latest updates from our real-time news team, the WSJ app delivers exceptional writing and captivating visual journalism to your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch. Every section features videos, photo slideshows, data and interactive graphics and cutting-edge experiences like virtual reality and 360-degree videos.

The WSJ app also offers a wide range of special sections like the WSJ. Magazine and customizable stock quote watchlists and saved article sections, as well as coverage of lifestyle topics and features on media, marketing, arts, health, personal technology, social media and real estate.

With the WSJ app you can find the news you need wherever and whenever you need it.

Key Features:
- Global headlines and breaking news with embedded multimedia, full-screen video and interactive graphics.
- Notifications sent to you instantly as important news breaks so you will be the first to know what is happening around the world.
- Fast load time and downloading of new content, rapid and reliable updates and improved stability.
- Enhanced iPad versions of the Journal’s U.S., Europe and Asia newspaper editions.
- Informed opinions on finance, business, politics, personal investments and careers.
- Articles on arts, film, television, fashion, food, design and travel.
- Market data integrated seamlessly into stories, displaying stock and shares performance for companies.
- Special investigative projects and in-depth series on global and financial news.
- Full access to WSJ. Magazine
- Virtual reality video and innovative technology such as WSJ news on your Apple Watch.

Download now for a free trial to access coverage of breaking global news, business, finance and politics, corporate shares information and everything else that makes the Wall Street Journal essential daily reading for world leaders and daily readers alike.

Key Features for Apple Watch:
- The breaking news stories you need to know immediately, instantly available on your watch screen, with the ability to save and read later on your iPhone or iPad.

You can now get the WSJ’s award-winning journalism for $32.99 per month and receive unlimited digital access on your iPad, iPhone and WSJ Online.

Your subscription will renew automatically each month and payment will be charged to your iTunes Account within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase. All cancellations will take effect at the end of the current period.

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What's New in Version 8.3

Thank you for upgrading to the latest version of the WSJ app. In our 8.3 release, we have restored the ability to look up the definition of any word in WSJ articles (make sure your device has a dictionary installed via the iOS settings app), made updates to our push notification categories, and included a "skip ad" button on our video player to more quickly access our video content.

We have also introduced our daily WSJ news quiz, available every weekday morning in our Top Stories section. You can submit your score every day to the Game Center leaderboard to compare your performance with other quiz-takers!

Finally, we improved the performance of our saved articles section and fixed a few bugs that were causing the app to crash for certain readers trying to share WSJ articles.

This version builds on our 8.0 release, which included major improvements to how the app brings you the latest news. On iPhone and in the iPad Latest News section, the app will automatically update with new stories without you having to tap for them. Be sure to have background updating turned on in your iOS settings to help ensure the latest news is ready for you when you open the app.

On iPad, more Latest News sections are now available both in the page-top navigation and by swiping to the right.

Thank you for your continued feedback. More improvements are on the way, and please use the "Email customer support" link on our settings screen to let us know of any questions or problems you encounter.


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Customer Reviews

Re WSJ app and articles

Generally, I enjoy the depth of the articles. When I have time, which isn't often as I'm a tanker driver and I'm on the road a lot, I use the Wall Street Journal, among other sources, to stay informed. Now, unless I simply haven't figured out how to use it, there is one addition that I would like to see and that is where you highlight the articles and then have your phone read it to you. I'm typically in the practice of doing this with most other things that I read on the Internet, as it is easier to listen on the go rather than to have to sit down and actually read each article. Let me state again that I don't know if I simply haven't figured out how to make use of the speak feature on my phone for highlighted articles but I can't seem to highlight articles in the Wall Street Journal and my initial high level of interest has dwindled somewhat since I generally access the news on the go around my work time and my sleeptime. Other than that, I have nothing but praise for the articles, concisely articulated, but still managing to convey a sense of both breadth and depth within the scope of each subject by an apparently rather talented group of writers. When I have the time to actually sit and read, and although at times the articles appear skewed with seeming bias, they are nevertheless well written, informative and what I would consider to be quality reading.

Was good, becoming more biased

I started reading the journal because one of my professors used their business articles to bring up critical thinking points at the beginning of each class. One thing I liked about it was it seemed like from the business section it was completely unbiased which is how I'd like to get my news. Just give me the facts. Lately however, I can't help but notice all of the opinion articles are written with extreme bias often not taking into account context or facts or exploits them to the viewpoint the writer or his boss wants to skew favor for, similar to what Fox News does except it lists it as opinion. Either way, I refuse to support a news outlet who instead of just providing me with the objective facts insists on either trying to brainwash people by writing completely biased articles or is pandering to people looking to reaffirm their own bias for page views. These things compromise the integrity of journalism which seems to be an alarming trend, and is dangerous considering it is how people get information to make decisions. Will not be continuing my subscription any longer, at least until these unethical journalism practices continue.

Used to be 5 star

App has become 'buggy' over time. Definitions feature appears to have been eliminated - I really loved that feature. New edition dialogue box rarely ever works. Ads often don't load (not that I want a lot of ads, but swiping blank screens is an annoyance.) New editions page rarely loads correctly - I know where daily edition should be on screen and selecting the outline of new edition works to open edition, but all of these items used to work. Still read every day and enjoy the overall functionality of the app. Light years ahead of the HBR app, which is downright awful and should be an embarrassment to a fine publication.

The Wall Street Journal – Business & Markets News
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
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  • Category: News
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  • Version: 8.3
  • Size: 83.4 MB
  • Apple Watch: Yes
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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