WSJ City: Business & Finance
By Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Journal.
- Category: News
- Release Date: 2015-11-01
- Current Version: 1.8.2
- Adult Rating: 4+
- Developer: Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Journal.
- Compatibility: Android
WSJ City: Business & Finance App
Enjoy critical, concise and fact-packed coverage on finance and markets from Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal.
GET THE INSIDE SCOOP ON BIG NEWS
Read ambitiously, with smart storytelling that will keep you deeply informed in less than 10 minutes day. Enjoy critical coverage from award-winning journalists.
FOLLOW BREAKING NEWS
Our live events feature will keep you up to date on the biggest stories hitting the financial markets as they happen.
STAY ON TOP OF YOUR ASSETS
Enjoy the newly designed Market Data center that allows you to customize your market overview, create a personalized watchlist, search within the app and view the latest stock news.
BENEFIT FROM A MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE
Watch breaking news on WSJ's world-class video, and hear WSJ editors discuss the latest market-moving moments on our popular podcasts.
LEAD THE CONVERSATION
Share your favorite stories on email or a social media platform of your choice.
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WSJ City: Business & Finance app reviews
Concise and well organized news app 4/5
Great app to get a summary of the major business res of the day.
Solid, focused app 5/5
I'm quite happy with both the editorial focus and the technical functionality of this app, especially compared to WSJ's other efforts.
Dominic Owen 5/5
A free app, and as of now, no stories behind a paywall. A good overview of UK financial news.
Efficient and informative 5/5
Perfect for people in the go
Sophisticated and relevant 5/5
Internet magazine's content is vast and searchable.
Please fold into the what's news app 5/5
No reason to have two separate apps
Very accurate and up to day
Very Sleek and Informative 5/5
Even if you're stateside, this is still relevant. Incorporates all WSJ articles. Especially like the alerts
A great morning update 5/5
Presentation, graphics, info all top- notch. 5/5
This is a beautiful application, sophisticated & artful, easy on the eyes, inviting to read & use. The best I've seen anywhere.
Nice trick 1/5
Was pleased that the WSJ is keen to follow City of London more closely. Alas, this app is nothing but a ruse, go ahead and try to click into a story, you will run right into the paywall. Wake up WSJ! Nobody is going to pay for yet another scrolling news service, even if it's slightly better, when all this can be had for free elsewhere. Bye bye city app.
What is with the long intro screen? 1/5
Pretty much the same setup as 'What's News'
The intro screen takes far too long to enter the main app.
Also I don't appreciate how they have taken over the @WSJVintage Twitter account, why not just make a new feed?