Love the way they report and deliver the news 5/5
By Gerry Dougherty
Love it! 5/5
By Ann Arbor MI
Easy to navigate and stable. I enjoy reading articles using the App.
Excellent reporting! 5/5
Best paper around!
Great App 5/5
Love this app. Very easy/useable. Sensible. Don’t have to work to find my way around. Just wish I didn’t have to sign in so often - it doesn’t save my sign in info. But other than that it’s fantastic.
One of the few “Who, What, When, Where, Why” news papers left. 5/5
I believe that the Wall Street Journal is an honest news source that is one of few that follows basic journalism practices.
WSJ App 5/5
Very easy to navigate. Better then other newspapers.
Reader for 54 years 5/5
By Chris Boone
My mother sold WSJ subscriptions by phone in the mid 50's for extra income. She got me hooked. While life has changed dramatically since, the WSJ has stayed true to its principles for all these years. I can't imagine life without my daily paper (and continuous headline updates on my iPhone!).
Great App from the folks at WSJ 5/5
This is a very good app, easy to navigate, easy to read. Only problem is you can't download an entire issue, so you always need to be online to read - which is unfortunate. Hope they adress this shortcoming.
Rating WSJ app 4/5
By Sean Johnston
Love the WSJ app! Easy access.
Content Updates 4/5
Wish the paper did not require me to initiate “update content”
Superb like everything else at WSJ 5/5
By Newport rezident
I always go to Most Popular first. I never thought I would like reading on my phone but now I’m hooked!
What I am looking for when I start my day is what is going on now. WSJ brings me up to speed quickly and effectively.
By Grrrr I'm scary!
Resembles the physical paper. Easy to navigate—works well with an iPad.
Breakfast reading 5/5
The WSJ online app is my breakfast reading for a snapshot of the key news. In the evening I read more in depth and updated news during the day.
Just report the facts not your opinions
No stars was not possible 1/5
The daily diary of the American dream.... 5/5
Right in your hand. Reliable news source and near real time updates! Could not do without.
Excellent when traveling, and . . . 5/5
By Steve Pease
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.
Text formatting is an issue with the wsj app for the iPad. Frequently text is either missing or fragments of text appear in the gutters or next to images. A very persistent problem is the absence of the published or updated dates at the top of EVERY article next to the author’s name.
Both of these problems have finally been made known to the tech support group. It took multiple phone calls and emails taking up a hugely excessive amount of time all due to the very poor customer service experience created by the folks at the WSJ.
Now (Feb 2018) they know about the problems. Let’s see how long it takes to correct them.
Winding down? 3/5
What I like:
content but I don't read the Opinion section which is too right leaning for me. But freedom of speech is a right, so I just skip it.
What I don't like:
Non of the articles have a date, so if you click on a link to a past article you have no idea how dated it is, for a newspaper (even electronic) that seems a non starter: it's news non a novel.
There are less an less articles to read. World News has 5 articles today 2.22.18, really only 5 stories worthwhile in the world?
Inconsistent: normally have a section of Photos of the Day which was a bonus over the printed version, this week there has been none...
Format, trying to change sections as the printed version including the same article in different sections is a waste of time.
I can write this review because there are less articles and I have time.
No section on currencies, stocks etc.
The content that it does put out is well written.
So good you don't even notice 5/5
Almost as I tuitiveas reading print version.
Easy to use and awesome.
OK Headline Article reader 3/5
Meets needs as a portable news reader, some issues though.
Does not seem to update every day, found that I had to log in using a browser to see latest edition on some days.
I also can't find any of the daily market financial data that is available on the WSJ website using the app.
Not a good choice for keeping up with market data.
Very Fair. Written in unpretentiousness, thorough, easy to understand manner 5/5
Look forward each morning to reading crisply written both political and business items. Weekend sections light and informative.
Pay wall 1/5
Why cant they tell you there is a pay wall in the description and save me the download. Im just looking for a free service.
Highly functional 5/5
By flying too much
Great for offline when traveling
Front Page 4/5
I would prefer if my Wall StreetJournal always open to the front page. I would give this a three star.
The photos of the day are definitely five star and have been for years
Nice lead in to news but articles limited 2/5
By Maine pix
WSJ app is a good fit for news since I don’t have TV, but when headlines come on my iPad and I choose “view” there is limited access to the article unless I pay. Would like the complete article if I’ve been led into the story with a headline.
Too Many Game Ads 2/5
Content is typically excellent! But all of sudden when turning pages, unwanted gaudy games appear & freeze the WSJ app. Only way to fix sudden freeze is closing down entire app & rebooting again. The ad & it’s freezing result is total, annoying nuisance!
This app is well worth the subscription fee, as it provides a higher class of content within its articles! Very intellectually stimulating reads!
Android version is better 1/5
By The most honest reviewer
I wish that the text could be made larger and the dark theme available on Android could be used on the iOS version. I like pretty much everything about my iPhone except for the WSJ app! Glad you asked me to “rate my experience!”
Great online platform 5/5
I begin my day reading WSJ online. I am always confident that I always up to date.
Great, but one annoying omission 4/5
The WSJ app looks great and is very stable. I would have given it five stars but for the lack of a back button/function to return from an article to the previous screen. Very annoying.
Great business paper 5/5
By Downhill Bobby
Enjoy the business reporting in WSJ.
Update refresh still a problem with latest issue. 4/5
Lockup and refresh continues to be the problem even with latest update.
I like the Editorial Page 5/5
I appreciate the analytic Journalism that goes into the WSJ. The editorials and financial analysis are important sources of information for me. I understand the conservative lean of the paper and the editorials but appreciate the inclusion of contrasting views on occasion. In order to stay informed and balanced, I seek other sources as well, but I can and do trust the journalistic integrity of the WSJ, which is more important now than ever.
Font are too small 3/5
Otherwise, this app would be a 5
Great app. Always on top of timely business news.
Offers items of wide interest on an intuitive app.
The Nerd 5/5
By The 3D Nerd
Excellent Source of information. Better than CNN.
Wish I could find a way to search for content on this app 4/5
By Animal lover 360 adventure
But it’s probably user error! This is the best news anywhere
Best Newspaper 5/5
By Jeremy Henkel
This is the best newspaper you could read! Also, the app has a really solid layout!
A great value increasing my awareness of world events 5/5
By Chuck Tabb
I trust WSJ to be objective in their reporting, telling it like it is. Staffed with very talented individuals who are truly insightful.
Well Researched, Well Written and Up To The Minute 5/5
By Libby and Her Labrador
About the Only honest and trustworthy source of news in the country in depth and delivered!
Better reading App 5/5
By Boss 24457632
WSJ has created a terrific easy flow app. The writing is crisp and terse making it easy to digest quickly the information in the 21st Century. Sourcing ideas, issues and recent news is excellent. Bravo, WSJ!
My source of unbiased, factual information c 5/5
The WSJ is the newspaper of record for factual information and balanced, logical opinion pieces.
Getting better and better! 5/5
The iOS app gets better with every upgrade. Hope the Kindle and Android versions will catch up
Great App 5/5
By The GQ Group
Great app and very easy to use!
Love the updates throughout the day! 5/5
WSJ keeps me informed of all the news in a timely fashion. Thank you!
Thank you for allowing me to write a review for your paper 5/5
I have been reading your paper for over 25 years, the depth never ceases to amaze me.
I enjoy your editorials because they have different viewpoints and represent both political views, it’s very enlightening.
My day starts with a cup of coffee and your newspaper.
Bruce R Browne