WSJ App is Wonderful! 5/5
I really enjoy the Wall Street Journal app because it allows me to catch up on news stories that I miss because of my busy life.
Solid app, does its job and is crips and smooth. Could use a note functionality and bookmarking but most news apps don't have that functionality.
Best news app 5/5
Very good and thoughtful app. 5/5
Very good and thoughtful app.
Nothing Is Perfect 5/5
First, I confess to spending more time reading the full WSJ Weekend Edition every week than I do reading any other publication. Having said that, periodically also reading the comments made by others about the App keeps me on my toes as well. Good feedback is a scarce but valuable tool. Thanks to the WSJ for its steady tweaking of its products.
Mostly neutral reporting which today is hard to find 4/5
Good news source
This app works the way an app should. The content is the easy part for the Journal, but the app has become even more Intuitive and easy to get to what you want.
Love the update 5/5
Have always enjoyed the WSJ. Now can lighten my carry-ones with the digital subscription. Thanks.
Great App 5/5
Top apps 5/5
I pay forty dollars a month. I have to sign in to view the site. Don’t have this issue with NYT 3/5
I don’t think your internet package is up to date
Definitely the best news app and reporting. I think we should get a free month or two each year for being a yearly subscriber. I download WSJ before getting on the plane then read it.
Wall Street Journal 5/5
It's the WSJ 4/5
Works well, but could be better designed. Can't load quickly or at all on poorer networks.
Excellent app! 5/5
By Tuner Dude
Easy to navigate, I’ve never had the app crash on me. It always works as intended!
Just right 5/5
This version of the WSJ for the IPad is first rate and
easy to use. I like the transportable nature of the product and the ability to have a history of past issues at your call.
Works well 4/5
Novice investor 4/5
Great read, everyday and a form to keep me “in the know” of the markets.
WSJ App 5/5
Easy to use. Usual factual reporting
Great way to read the WSJ 5/5
An easy to use, organized way to read the Wall Street journal. The only thing I miss are the comments that accompany the opinion section.
5 stars 5/5
Wall Street journal 5/5
WSJ Mobile 5/5
I go to my WSJ mobile every day if even for a quick look. It is a concise yet thorough review of the day’s events. I also monitor daily trends and highlighted market reports. Of course this is the paper’s bread and butter. Love my Journal.
Very easy to use and informative 5/5
By ERAU man
This app is well designed and easy to use. WSJ is a very good source for information.
National GEO Wild 1/5
Two weeks in a row I’ve had to delete and reinstall the WSJ app when an advertisement for National GEO Wild comes on the screen and completely freezes the app. Closing the ad doesn’t work. This is totally unsatisfactory and nuts.
WSJ: Relevant, Adaptive, and Futurist 5/5
By Tom C., PhD
The WSJ is my go to media source for the rapid development of technology. From capital investment to cultural impact, the WSJ is adaptive to the constant change in the technology landscape. WSJ Journalists are concerned with the financial, political, ethical, cultural, and technological impact on humanity.
As a professor of ethics of technology, the WSJ is an essential source for my students and me.
Tom Creely, PhD
Director, Ethics and Emerging Military Technology Program
United States Naval War College
WSJ for iPad 4/5
Good app 4/5
By Vermont Listener
...but would love to see more headlines on first screen.
Good reporting with occasional editing lapses 4/5
Wall Street 3/5
By Commuter on the go
I like the articles and the convenience. When it works it is great.
Often the journal doesn’t update automatically so I am reading old news. Not intuitive to get to certain Sections.
Even this review page requires you to put a subject. It took a few minutes to send.
I have been reading the WSJ on line for several years.
This most recent upgrade makes it difficult to navigate. Having to return to a menu which is not accessible from any page in order to change sections makes the experience much less enjoyable.
I still can’t find the stock tables
Sometimes less is more!
WSJ review 5/5
By ? no tha
The Wall Street Journal Saturday edition is as good if not better than the Sunday New York Times
A subscriber to both,
WSJ APP 1/5
At least 5 days last month app did not update to new issue. 2 times new issue not available. I am going to discontinue & get a reliable source for business news.
Very good app 5/5
Good app; wish though that it had a section for today's paper
Wall Street journal App makes it better than paper! 5/5
By Joe Schlunk
No ink on my hands, no cramps, it flows. If I were an Easterner riding a train to work every day, I would be much more comfortable reading my phone, than folding the print version.
Fairly intuitive to navigate and easy to mark or save stuff for later.
Now, if they bring customer service to this level....
Technical Issues Making it Unbearable 1/5
Love my WS). Not sure why recently the app has sold out to app selling and now almost daily freezes my iPad while trying to force me to download some crazy NatGeo app with no escape route. This is the techniques of porn sites and sleazy entertainment to probably make a quick buck from app marketing but not sure why the WSJ turns to it on my subscription service. After freezing me out of the news sections for several hours it usually reboots without issue later but this is unacceptable. If you need more money just raise your rates. Don’t who’re your brand out to make a few cheap bucks.
No comments 4/5
App is good. I use it instead of the web but I don't see article comments.
Best news app on the market 5/5
Obviously the Journal is the premier source for comprehensive news, but their app does not disappoint either!
Pretty great overall, occasionally have to log back in for unknown reasons which is annoying 4/5
Pretty great overall, exactly what you’d expect, occasionally have to log back in for unknown reasons which is annoying
Works well 4/5
Does what it should, good links. Like ability to copy single paragraphs.
I travel a lot, and it is very convenient to have the WSJ with me wherever I go.
Great app. 5/5
By AZ bonedoc
This app gets better with every update. Great newspaper.
To slow to load 2/5
Not a great format. Should download automatically overnight when the days issue is released. Takes forever tO manually download
Content great but presentation underwhelming. Hate ads popping up in middle of reading an article
Mobile and Tablet Formats Inconsistent 2/5
By Roy mercer
Overall, fine app, which doesn’t cut it for paying subscribers. I would like to see these improvements:
1. The ability to bookmark/save articles using the tablet app like I can with the mobile app. There is a ‘saved’ section with in the tablet app but no way to bookmark/save the article using the tablet. Why not? It’s available on mobile app.
2. Daily Monday-Saturday papers on mobile. The mobile app seems to no longer supports reading new issues a daily paper. It is good for current trending news articles but not for Monday-Saturday papers. Where did they go? It was available just last week. I am paying for a digital subscription and daily papers should be available on all devices.
3. General consistency between mobile and tablet apps. They are completely different and confusing go between the two. Why not have them mirror one another?
One who thing wsj is new at this type of work! 1/5
Wsj, please find someone who can help your reputation better than what this app does:(
Very poor in uploading, and having to do it over and over again. If it were not for ur paper subscription, the company would fold.
I’m a student who’s currently doing a double major in chemistry and physics. I also work full time as an analytical chemist/ researcher. I do a lot of contract work for state and federal agencies. The point is I do not really have any kind of money that I can just throw around but I pay for the Wall Street journal. I do this because while the editorials and opinion sections might be a little biased they’re typically well written. The general news section though I’ve felt are almost always well written and convey the news from as many different persons/ parties of interest. The Wall Street journal reports the news and provides as may viewpoints as possible while trying to remove distortion due to bias. I’ve stopped reading The NY Times among others, because I’ve felt that they’ve become too biased.
New WSJ 5/5
Finally, you guys got it right! Everything is fast, slick and efficient.
Great paper—Great app 5/5
The title says it!
E-Subsciiber now 5/5
By Richard In Abuquerque
I now like it better than the print. I read it mostly on my iPad but the phone app is also very readable. It’s easy to find the articles I’m interested in. I really like having the links to past articles that are referenced.
I'm now a WSJ e-subscriber. The app works fine now. Loading is quick, easy to navigate.
I'm back to the print version. I was close to switching...but now I have to wait for it to load the sections I want. I dislike getting interrupted with an ad loading while paging thru an article. It was the best newspaper app, but now the Albuquerque Journal has you beat on seamless interaction and quick loading.
No "comments section" 2/5
Layout is nice and more readable. Can't understand how they don't have a place for reading comments or making them...