The Wall Street Journal.

The Wall Street Journal.


(3 stars)


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100,000 - 500,000 downloads

  • Handoff integrated well
  • Beautiful design
  • Great multimedia experience
  • Disruptive ads
  • Pricey
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Expert's Review

"News On All Your Devices"

Reviewed by / Mar 19, 2015

Taking advantage of iOS 8, WSJ is one of the best news apps around


One of the first apps to hit Apple's store, The Wall Street Journal has recently been revamped for iOS 8. Incorporating Handoff, this really is a revolutionary news app that lets you switch fluidly between devices.


With Handoff, you can start reading on an iPhone and continue where you left off on another, like a desktop PC. The design is crisp and clean, with text at eye-piercing resolution. There are beautiful photo slideshows and full-screen video.


The ads can get in the way, and latest news doesn't tell you when articles have been posted. The service is very pricey too, and you'll have to sign up to a monthly subscription.

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Developer's original description available here
Experience The Wall Street Journal's award winning coverage, blending the best of print and online with the new WSJ app for Android Tablets. Get everything you love about The Journal including, What's News, Opinion, Marketplace, Money & Investing, Greater New York, Personal Journal, WSJ Weekend and more. Plus, full-screen video, market data, quotes and a customizable Watchlist.
Subscribers Get Full Access

• The Wall Street Journal is published every morning

• Updated news throughout the day with the "Now Edition"

• 7-day archive downloaded for reading anytime, even offline

• Saved articles for later reading

All users have access to non-premium articles. A subscription is required to access premium articles (denoted by a key icon). You can subscribe to WSJ from within the app to access all content.

Plus, subscribers get unlimited access to and all WSJ smartphone and tablet apps included.

Recently changed in this version

Removes initial registration requirement
In addition, users can now control the frequency of Now Issue updates.
Previously app was updated every 30 minutes.
Users can now change the frequency by displaying the Info screen and selecting Settings.

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Comments and ratings for The Wall Street Journal.
  • (50)

    by Jonathan Jackson on 31/05/2014

    Like others, repeatedly get the 70% do-loop and articles don't show in the issues. What is the point if you cant read the articles?

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    by Cee Lee on 31/05/2014

    This app used to be slow but functional. Now it's useless. Absolutely doesn't update properly - not even if force reload of content -- new content never loads. FIX IT PLEASE

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    by Chuck Achuff on 30/05/2014

    Don't know if it is amemeory management issue or what, but if I have been off line for a day or two, I need to wipe app data and cache to even get it to download the current issue. Very frustrating when I'm in a hurry to get to a flight or leave home for the office .

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    by Jim Wachtel on 23/05/2014

    Uses too much memory and data. Can't save to SD card.

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    by Tamara Metzfield on 17/05/2014

    Easy navigation. Updates can be slow.

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    by Michael Hubbard on 07/05/2014

    The WSJ app for android tablets (the version that shows the daily paper that you can swipe thru, not just the listing of articles). The app is slow, unresponsive (to page swipes) at times. Some of the content on the page (typically left column headlines) never loads. I'm still using my iPad to read the WSJ because the android version is such a poor experience.

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    by Christopher Glasoe on 02/05/2014

    Slow! Expect more from the WSJ. Especially as a paid subscriber to the paper and digital edition.

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