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The Wall Street Journal.

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

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


Stay ahead of the competition with the app that’s as ambitious as you are. Get the trusted insights and in-depth analysis you need from The Wall Street Journal, America’s most trusted newspaper—providing key decision-makers around the world with peerless reporting since 1889.

Download the WSJ app today and receive instant access to The Wall Street Journal’s award winning journalism, including world-renowned coverage of the news moving stock markets and impacting business—from the Trump administration, to Brexit and beyond.

Simple and easy to use, the WSJ app provides you with the trusted insights you need, wherever, and whenever you need it. Access real-time quotes, breaking news and the latest headlines impacting business and finance. Plus, explore a wide range of dedicated sections with insightful articles, including: Politics, Opinion, World News, Lifestyle, U.S. News, Technology, Economy and more.

Key benefits include:

(+) Full access to the WSJ app, and WSJ. Magazine—our award-winning lifestyle publication.

(+) Multiple ways to read the newspaper including access to global digital editions of The Wall Street Journal—U.S., Europe and Asia.

(+) Trusted insights from a world-renowned newspaper, with over 125 years of peerless reporting and award-winning journalism.

(+) Unlimited access to a wide range of dedicated site sections, including: Business, Markets, Politics, Opinion, World News, U.S. News, Economy, Technology, Lifestyle and more.

(+) World-renowned business news and coverage on the economy, including real-time quotes, global markets data, the latest on mergers and acquisitions, plus much more.

(+) Global headlines, breaking news coverage and real-time market quotes, along with The Wall Street Journal’s in-depth analysis and informed commentary. Key features include:

(+) New feature: What’s News feed: A real-time news feed, curated by The Wall Street Journal’s award-winning journalists—featuring must-know global news across business, finance, politics and the economy throughout the day.

(+) New feature: Ability to print out articles directly from your mobile device.

(+) New feature: Save and Share articles to read later.

(+) Off-line reading, enabling you to remain ambitious, wherever you are.

(+) Alerts and notifications for breaking news, developing stories and live updates—including the ability to follow your favorite journalists.

Key Features for Apple Watch:

(+) Get the latest breaking news from around the world, instantly available on your watch screen, with the ability to save and read later on your iPhone or iPad.

(+) Receive alerts and notifications with breaking news developments and updates from around the world—from America and Canada, to Europe, Asia and more.

(+) Seamlessly integrated markets data available within articles, along with real-time stock quotes, company-specific metrics, historical share performance, charts and more.

You can now have the world-renowned and respected journalism from The Wall Street Journal, America’s most trusted newspaper. Available for subscription for $32.99 per month and receive unlimited digital access—including full access to, the WSJ app and the WSJ. Magazine digital edition.

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. No cancellation of your subscription is allowed during the active subscription period.

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What's New in Version 11.0.1

We've made a minor bug fix to address app stability.

Welcome to WSJ 11. We've made a host of updates, continuing our efforts to bring you our world-class journalism in the highest-quality app experience. WSJ 11 includes the following new features, as well as a number of design refinements and bug fixes guided by user feedback. We hope you will enjoy:

MyWSJ: We've updated the 'Saved' section to include articles personally recommended for you. This section is now called MyWSJ.

Market Data Center + Watchlist: We've added a real-time overview of markets, accessible through the tab bar at the bottom of your screen. You also can create a watchlist in the Market Data Center to follow the companies and indexes you care about.

Article Updates: We've added a toolbar to the bottom of all article pages to make it easier to save and share, and to resize text on the fly.

Enhanced Search: In addition to articles, you can now search for companies and quotes (and add them to your Watchlist). You can also now find articles by searching for headlines as they appeared in the print newspaper.

We welcome any feedback on the new features and what you'd like to see in the future. More enhancements are on the way.


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Customer Reviews

Sad to see WSJ slipping into the MSM PC herd

I’ll be interested to read the story someday about what happened to the Journal’s news editorial function. The evidence accumulates about the difficulty of finding young journalist who have survived our ideologically fixated colleges with critical analytical skills intact. There must be some though, and one always expected that WSJ, if anyone, would find and groom them to write with wit, energy and curiosity about what really happened “out there”.

Yet the news writing gets more shallow each year, more narcissistic and ideological, narrower and more disrespectful of readers who, the writers seem to neither know nor care, have come to hear the evidence so that we may form our own opinions. Each year preachier, each year more simplistic and, yes, so obviously biased.

The editorial pages still crackle, thank goodness, and occasionally even expose more than one side of complex issues. It’s less likely with each passing year, though, that the arguments and opinions of your best editorial writers could find support for their views in factual expositions of the news section.


I’m a student who’s currently doing a double major in chemistry and physics. I also work full time as an analytical chemist/ researcher. I do a lot of contract work for state and federal agencies. The point is I do not really have any kind of money that I can just throw around but I pay for the Wall Street journal. I do this because while the editorials and opinion sections might be a little biased they’re typically well written. The general news section though I’ve felt are almost always well written and convey the news from as many different persons/ parties of interest. The Wall Street journal reports the news and provides as may viewpoints as possible while trying to remove distortion due to bias. I’ve stopped reading The NY Times among others, because I’ve felt that they’ve become too biased.

Excellent when traveling, and . . .

Away from home, I dread having to wade through my stack of papers and magazines for what I missed. The digital WSJ dramatically cuts that time. All the major stories, the Op Ed’s, and Reviews are there. And now that I know how, I can make and e-mail pdf copies of items to friends while on the road, even those who do not subscribe (a pity that).

Now if only I could get the WSJ, like Economist, to include everything in the print edition. . . .

And as a person who reads the New York Times daily and who, like Patton - said to have exclaimed, “Rommel you bastard. I read your book” - I would love for WSJ to offer a low priced print/digital version of its major news items, Op Ed’s, and Reviews. That way, my liberal friends could read and appreciate both sides, including the views of a Paul Gigot conservative like me.

The Wall Street Journal.
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
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  • Category: News
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  • Version: 11.0.1
  • Size: 133 MB
  • Apple Watch: Yes
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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