NBCUniversal Media, LLC
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
by Peter Schweich on 03/03/2014
It is amazing that CNBC would release an app for a Nexus tablet that falls so short of its app for the iPhone. What an opportunity for Apple to advertise why its platform is superior.
by Jim Springer on 20/02/2014
If real time is supposed to mean the app regularly updates your lists with some kind of predetermined time interval, then this app is BROKE! Even after I updated to latest version it's the same-o same-o I want an app I can use on my tablet, to watch str
by Chris Duplantis on 16/02/2014
This app does not have any options to change and separate your stocks like the ipad version of this same app. Not very pleased with this.
by Barry Lynch on 11/02/2014
Dead on upgrade
by Mohan Khurana on 29/01/2014
Loaded up the app, looked decent at first. The scroll was really slow to just on the home "markets" screen. I switched to news and switched back to the markets page... Suddenly all the text was zoomed in so close with no way to zoom out. Basically
by John Kallie on 29/01/2014
Works better on my phone.
by John Werfelmann on 24/01/2014
When you compare this app to the phone version, is like night and day. CNBC... I'm shocked really. Please match this app to the amazing phone version you are advertising on TV right now. This version pales in comparison.
by Sonny Straley on 21/01/2014
I will use this one daily.
by Mike Monteferante on 19/01/2014
Matched with other apps you get 100% information.
by Robert Chou on 17/01/2014
Now it plays video. Like it.☺
by Jay Valenci on 15/01/2014
The tablet app isn't nearly as good as the android phone app. When will this be fixed??
by Jillian Chilson on 15/01/2014
I keep seeing it advertised, but what is here isn't the same as what you are advertising. I use the CNBC app on my iphone... much better.
by Tom Okono on 14/01/2014
The only reason I kept this app as long as I did was because they showed the futures.... no futures no point!!!!
by Marko Lazic on 14/01/2014
by Mark Schmitz on 10/01/2014
ITunes version is better. This doesn't show futures info, and settings are not available. REALLY? WTF???!!! COME ON CNBC, what the hell is wrong with you? I didn"t buy a Galaxy 8.0 quad core just so I could get screwed out of recieving important data.