I have seen a more complete WSJ in some other peoples tablets.
Phenomenal App 5/5
Love it. Easy to navigate. Very user friend. Preferred above the rest. Phenomenal coverage of the news.
Incredibly Informative 5/5
By Wakes waka
I used to read news from apps like fox and msnbc. WSJ articles are much higher quality, even more than the Washington Post.
I really like this app 5/5
The paper and the app are both great. Any comments knocking the paper should be ignored. I depend on this app and the great newspaper behind it for the best news coverage.
Stop opening browser! 3/5
I want to see everything in the app; I hate the links to the browser— it makes me log in again!
Clean and Simple 5/5
Easy to use.
Solid app 4/5
WSJ is a solid app and it continues to get better every year. I've given up on the paper version completely.
Amazing App! 5/5
Great news and solid app!
Good App; It's How I Read the Paper 5/5
The title says it all. I have no need for the paper. The app includes features that I find useful; I use it daily.
Great app. Love it since they repaired the word definition. Could improve if when you tapped a word, you could be given the option tabs of define or copy.
Bias becoming more prevalent... 3/5
Since the election when I cancelled my NY Times subscription in favor of the Journal I've begun to see the Journal reporting in ways similar to the NYT. It has got to stop. An EQUAL perspective needs to be shared or no perspective at all.
Annoying App, Good News 3/5
The WSJ is my go-to source for news and their app is getting better. The general interaction of stories in the app is fine but it frustrates me that certain stories open into a browser window and it requires me to login again in the browser. Why can't we have a seamless app experience?
Great news quality :)
App Is Great 5/5
The app works great. Sadly, the editorial staff continues its steady march leftward. At $25/month I can get liberal tripe for free with CNN's app.
Love the App and WSJ 5/5
By Or Sheppard
I like the layout of the app. I can easily pick and choose the stories I want to read when in a hurry or just swipe through at other times.
It is my number one source for news. Less biased than other news sources.
Pretty good 4/5
By Stan kallmann
My criticism of the app is that I am unable to expand the page using my fingers as I can with other apps.
My major gripe, however, is with WSJ.com and its requirement that I enter my user name and password every time I use it. Why can't it remember my device, like other apps, e.g. NY Post?
Works better and better 5/5
Works much better than when I first downloaded the app a few years ago. Keep up with the updates and add a comment feature.
Great paper with a great app 5/5
By Flint wing nut
WSJ is a great paper and the app let's me easily read the sections of the paper I turn to most frequently in the hard copy of the paper.
Not Trustworthy Anymore 1/5
I would say most people that hear the name Wall Street Journal would think they are a credible source? Right? Well that's what I thought until I have found them manipulating videos and proof so they can get a better story, basically a lie to get money. Lots of people agree with me on the fact that certain people need to be called out on the racist/sexist/etc things they say, but to me personally if you have to manipulate videos and documents to make the person look bad, it just shows a hack of an organization.
Great content. Long loads 4/5
I love the content. No question it has the best. Previous versions of the app were terrible at loading updated content. The app was almost unusable. Fortunately, the latest update changed that. Still takes a while to update content, but it's only a minor annoyance these days.
Fake news 1/5
Quick and easy 4/5
This WSJ app is very easy to use and quickly delivers the news to the reader. The format is self explanatory. I particularly like the ease of saving and forwarding articles. This is a very convenient way to read the WSJ and I now prefer the app over the print version. Highly recommended!
Best of the Web 4/5
By George Dog
to paraphrase your daily newsletter. most reliable source of straightforward world and business news. would be 5 stars if the search function was improved.
You're bullies 1/5
Stop virtue signaling.
Stop using fake outrage.
You are using minorities when you get offended on their behalf.
Nice app 5/5
When the paper version is late or not delivered on a particular day, this app is a good replacement.
Overall Very Good 4/5
By Beffalo Springer
Access to articles is good and content is updated throughout the day. One improvement might be to allow access to reader comments. To that you still have to go to the full browser.
When was it written? 3/5
I am slowly learning my way with this app. The biggest frustration is that articles are not dated and updates not timed. Is what you see three days old or was it updated an hour ago?
The Very Best! 5/5
By Saxeman 1
The Opinion Page is excellent. It seems that the writers are trying to be fair and transparent in their reporting. The reporting in the Journal shows objectivity and fairness. The Journal reporters know what the Opinion Page is for and what the news pages are for! Too many reporters' articles read like editorials! Doing so is an attempt to sway the readers' views. Reporters such as these are doing a disservice to the many fine, courageous reporters who work hard to write the story like it is. I doubt very much that President Trump would bar reporters from the WSJ from the White House.
Absolute Trash 1/5
By Canteens me diwn
All the "pieces of writting" are completely left biased "pieces of trash".
Learn to report real news and not try to constantly cause drama where there isn't any.
You made it worse 1/5
The previous version was mediocre. The new one is horrible. Is this a plot to get us to pay for the print edition?
Not so credible news source 1/5
WSJ in my eyes is not credible. They have committed defamation again Felix Kjellberg, comepletely trying to drag his name through the mud, by manipulating and editing clips from his videos to make him look like a racist. WSJ is lucky they haven't been sued for defamation, I'm sure Felix could pursue lawsuits on WSJ since he has over 53 million over them and probably makes more money than all of them put together, but he's actually a nice guy and is not sinking to their level. Do yourself a favor and find a news app that doesn't lie about people. Who knows? You might be their next article.
I Love Love Love This App!!! 5/5
This app is definitely one of the best I've experienced yet! I love the layout, the ease of use and of course reflects the exact content AND the online digital version! I've experienced no problems with it and I love the speed and ease of use. Get this app you won't be disappointed!!!!
Nobody at WSJ knows about context! 1/5
Please just terminate wall street journal already
Terrible company and terrible app 1/5
By Game playrr
This company only cares about revenue
disgusting organization 1/5
no journalistic integrity. complete hypofritzes
By xMLGx Aaron
If you want news blown out of context, and false news? Then this app is perfect for you.
FAKE NEWS! 1/5
By Gamer lt.
Unfortunately there's not an option to put negative stars. This app is garbage and so are your articles.
Dying journalism 1/5
Continuously shows they're running out of substantial ideas if they feel the need to put focus on a YouTube 'star.'
I stand with PewDiePie 1/5
Hypocrisy and deception will not be accepted.
By New Moon Lover 99
I STAND WOTH PEWDIEPIE
Nazi supporting media 1/5
By I beat da ho
On the daily stormers (a known neo nazi webpage) they claim to be the wall street journals number one fan, I have yet to see anything from wallstreet disregarding these claims so I have to give a 1 start rating for supporting nazis. This is 2017 not cool, also one of your editors post racist jokes on twitter so they pretty much are nazis.
Lolz, so first off you need a "free trial" for the app..? Thanks for not mentioning like, anything in the description.
And second... back off of Felix. If you think there's anything nazi about this Bro, feel free to ask say: 53,000,000 subscribers... give or take a few hundreds. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Much improved - still needs tweaks 4/5
Finally will get through article without needing to reload content (and start the article over). Much better memory management but still one of the largest users of memory on my iPad. Have found it works much smoother on my wife's new iPad than my oldish one. Overall - the app works well at approximating the ease of a paper copy and adds links to related materials. Comments might be nice but more efficient memory control would be my next request.
PS - glad to read that WSJ will stand up to Trump/Spicer on press access.
Impressive app, great content - 2 request to make it perfect! 4/5
Please enable rotation of content on the iPhone 7 Plus so articles can be read in landscape.
Please optimize for the extra screen space on the iPad Pro 12.9".
Fake news get it while it's hot 1/5
The people working st WSJ have proven themselves cowards and inept at making actual interesting content so they are forced to lie for the pennies they are generating. You are a dead medium. Can't wait to see your response on Ben Fritz
Fake News 1/5
Occasionally, the Wall Street Journal publishes blatantly false and misleading articles meant only to profit at the expense of others. I think you know what I'm referring to. I don't support malicious businesses like this. Context Matters.
A failing business. 1/5
They're so desperate to become relevant again, that they write false stories about internet celebrities who are much more successful than themselves. The WSJ is a joke. And no one other than dying and decrepit elders believed the article. But as for PewDiePie, he gained a huge boost in subscribers and support. Making him twice as relevant as he already was.
IDK WHY I DOWNLOAD THIS 1/5
By fan but now disappointed
ITS JUST BORING.
1 million vs 52 million 1/5
Let's do the math. WSJ is barely over 1 million subscribers. PewDiePie has over 52 million. Jealous much? An entire corporation can't compete with one man. Times they are a changing, Wall Street journal. And it doesn't look good for you WSJ.
Only read on article on WSJ. And they can thank PewDiePie for that referral. But it was so poorly written that I'll never read another. The author of that article has a South Park profile pic on twitter but wants to slam PewDiePie for some racy jokes. Wow.
BTW this app is trash. Crashes constantly on an updated phone and runs slow. Just my personal experience with it. That's why I gave it 1 star.
Subscription Required for Articles 1/5
Aside from that , the WSJ provides fake news with a catchy title in order to draw attention.