The Wall Street Journal.

The Wall Street Journal.

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

The Wall Street Journal. App Ratings: 4
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Based on 130,220 App Reviews
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App Reviews

  • Review

    5
    By Rudy's incedible pizza
    Real news by true journalists. “Fair and balanced”.
  • Awkward

    3
    By Stephen 60
    I have read the WSJ either in print form or online for many years. I find the new format awkward. It doesn’t seem to have much relationship with the print format. The front page does not have all the articles from the print version, the drop down lists which made it easy to find articles from various sections have disappeared. It seems difficult to find info that interests me.
  • Xx

    5
    By Mia751
    I like that the news is presented objectively ,not editorialized. The news is pertinent And timely
  • Joyous Journalism

    5
    By Mike.Stover
    The skill, quality and diversity of the WSJ journalists keep me thoroughly informed about a wide range of topical interests. I highly recommend them to anyone wanting to enhance their knowledge and become a more interesting conversationalist.
  • Best US Newspaper

    5
    By Christina April
    The WSJ, even though it has to hire from the same pool educated @ questionable journalism schools, which seem to be disguised indoctrination camps, is the best US newspaper. It does slip up here and there—publishing rumor as “news,” etc. But it is still head and shoulders above any other outlets.
  • Content and convenience

    5
    By Embryo49
    I appreciate the easy access to the Journal’s rich content at times convenient to me without the need for the print edition. As a physician, I count on the Journal to provide me information on topics I need, we’ll beyond the news.
  • Awesome designed app

    5
    By LionIsKing
    Navigation to one article from other is good. And showing next article at the end of current article is nice feature
  • The ads are annoying and don’t work well

    3
    By Jdpjax
    Several years ago the app was very unstable and crashed regularly. That has been fixed to the point I cannot remember a crash in over a year. I now read the app and only read the paper on the weekend. That said, the placement and use of ads is thoroughly annoying. Often it is the same ad over and over again throughout the app. How can that possibly be anything other than annoying to anyone?? Also, it is far to easy to accidentally press an ad and be taken elsewhere. Ironically, the ads in the WSJ paper are among my favorite and one of the reasons I read the paper on the weekend. I just wish they could be half as effective in the app...
  • I love the WSJ app !!

    5
    By KorenPT
    Excellent news coverage .
  • App not content

    1
    By Josh Goodwin
    Refuses to show today’s front page.

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