The Wall Street Journal.

The Wall Street Journal.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 13.22.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • Developer: Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Journal.
  • Compatibility: Android
  • Links: Google Play Store
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The Wall Street Journal. App

Stay ahead of the competition with the app that’s as ambitious as you are. Get the trusted insights and in-depth analysis you need from The Wall Street Journal, America’s most trusted newspaper—providing key decision-makers around the world with peerless reporting since 1889. Download the WSJ app today and receive instant access to The Wall Street Journal’s award winning journalism, including world-renowned coverage of the news moving stock markets and impacting business—from the Trump administration, to Brexit and beyond. Simple and easy to use, the WSJ app provides you with the trusted insights you need, wherever, and whenever you need it. Access real-time quotes, breaking news and the latest headlines impacting business and finance. Plus, explore a wide range of dedicated sections with insightful articles, including: Politics, Opinion, World News, Lifestyle, U.S. News, Technology, Economy and more. Key benefits include: (+) Full access to the WSJ app, and WSJ. Magazine—our award-winning lifestyle publication. (+) Multiple ways to read the newspaper including access to global digital editions of The Wall Street Journal—U.S., Europe and Asia. (+) Trusted insights from a world-renowned newspaper, with over 125 years of peerless reporting and award-winning journalism. (+) Unlimited access to a wide range of dedicated site sections, including: Business, Markets, Politics, Opinion, World News, U.S. News, Economy, Technology, Lifestyle and more. (+) World-renowned business news and coverage on the economy, including real-time quotes, global markets data, the latest on mergers and acquisitions, plus much more. (+) Global headlines, breaking news coverage and real-time market quotes, along with The Wall Street Journal’s in-depth analysis and informed commentary. Key features include: (+) What’s News feed: A real-time news feed, curated by The Wall Street Journal’s award-winning journalists—featuring must-know global news across business, finance, politics and the economy throughout the day. (+) Ability to print out articles directly from your mobile device. (+) Save and Share articles to read later. (+) Off-line reading, enabling you to remain ambitious, wherever you are. (+) Alerts and notifications for breaking news, developing stories and live updates—including the ability to follow your favorite journalists. Key Features for Apple Watch: (+) Get the latest breaking news from around the world, instantly available on your watch screen, with the ability to save and read later on your iPhone or iPad. (+) Receive alerts and notifications with breaking news developments and updates from around the world—from America and Canada, to Europe, Asia and more. You can now have the world-renowned and respected journalism from The Wall Street Journal, America’s most trusted newspaper. Available for subscription for $36.99 per month and receive unlimited digital access—including full access to, the WSJ app and the WSJ. Magazine digital edition. Your subscription will renew automatically each month and payment will be charged to your iTunes Account within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of your subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial or introductory period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to The Wall Street Journal, where applicable. By downloading the app you agree to the Dow Jones Terms of Use, Privacy Notice, and Cookie Notice. Subscriber Agreement and Terms of Use: Privacy Notice: Cookie Notice:

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The Wall Street Journal. app reviews

  • Explorative Journalism 5/5

    By YogiBuBear
    I perceive that the WSJ turns up unique and interesting articles. (Theranos) especially when I’m not subscribing i notice them. Today after my 20th renewal I loved the Vermeer and Poekel articles and will look forward to the next head spinner as well.
  • Good overall 4/5

    By qjshbshsjsjw
    The app is pretty good. There's a few quirks that I wish they would straighten out. Some thoughts: -scrolling through multiple opened articles isn't super easy or intuitive -sometimes you open an article and it opens in a browser within the app which i don't fully understand and which is inconvenient -there's an audio feature for the articles which is great. It's just an ai reading the article so nothing revolutionary, but for some reason it isn't applied to all articles, which it should be. I think ideally they could have major articles read by a designated reader or by the author and then they could use the ai for smaller or less important articles. Everything else about the app is pretty convenient and intuitive, but there's room for improvement.
  • Minus Opinions 1/5

    By BusGuyReader
    Love the WSJ for everything it has to offer except the opinion page. It makes me question the Wall Street news they present.
  • Terrible subscription service 1/5

    By avejoe365
    App experience is decent but it was pushing lots of sensational news instead of just the news. Their subscription plan was horrible. The subscription fee went up by 10x WITHOUT NOTICE and upon 1 day cancellation, no refund was provided. Please help yourself and stay away from WSJ.
  • Nickolas Wyatt 1/5

    By the Industrialist
    Just wanted to get your attention, real people help make real life happen.
  • Letters to the Editor: one of my “trusted sources” 5/5

    By MarcellusBorn
    The letters are signed, with name, hometown and state. Often the credentials of the writer are also included, e.g. “President emeritus, Cato Institute, Falls Church, VA. In other words, WSJ readers are well informed and often have first-hand information that staff and op-ed writers missed- a small but essential joint effort to keep the world honest.
  • Push Notes don’t work 2/5

    By LisaG9
    Why isn’t there more content similar to the print addition? Notifications don’t link.
  • Not functional for reading news 1/5

    By lrbk11201
    See above
  • Critical resource which is in accessible to blind users through this app please improve 1/5

    By MrHudson
    Blind subscribers like me are disadvantaged by this app as it has very poor support for the built-in voiceover screen reader. Can you please improve the situation for us?
  • First class 5/5

    By Oldmayor
    Straight stuff, no bull, no politics.
  • 为什么没有中文呢 3/5

    By 墙国充满谎言
  • E-Paper 5/5

    By Heather Cottage
    Generally works good, but find it hard to forward to others that I would like to see the piece. Columnists are excellent.,
  • Good App 5/5

    By Charlezw
    App is pretty user friendly, easy to navigate. WSJ also seems to be one of the few places actually doing good, unbiased journalism, for the most part, which is nice.
  • Mandatory 5/5

    By Edwin , CLT NC
    Mandatory daily reading. Fair. Balanced. Insightful.
  • WSJ 5/5

    By Istanbul resident
    I have WSJ subscription for more than 10 years. You are more trustable than in the past while media all around is outrageously partisan and even manipulative to change the news. Keep on your neutrality. (when others like NYT and MSNBC CNN continue biased to the left any neutral would appear on the right because that’s the only other direction in comparison) Thank you Anri It’s true that you are not perfect. You are nonetheless superior to those that claim to be liberal and those that want to be in the middle but aren’t so. Keep on the good work Anri
  • I see politics dividing the storylines… 3/5

    By PhyllinThisWay
    However, I do still find some worthwhile articles. For now, I will remain a subscriber, but if things become too contentious, I’ll refrain from annually renewing.
  • There should be no ads 1/5

    By mzzsmk
    I find it ridiculous that I pay for a subscription an I have to see ads. There should be no ads!!
  • Ruining sports coverage. 2/5

    By Allenheights
    Can you believe someone at WSJ thought it a good idea to send out the World Cup game final score as a notification to everyone so you can’t enjoy it yourself when you get to it?
  • Audio Speed and watch app 2/5

    By christiankelly
    The text to speech native reader doesn’t allow for higher then 1x speed but pages on the web do. Please add a speed options to the app. Also what happened to the Apple Watch app? It just disappeared. I used it all the time. :(
  • Clunky and Frustrating App 1/5

    By J Astronym
    When scrolling threw news stories, the app almost always freezes at an ad, and many times depending on the ad will refresh and send you to the top, meaning that you can’t get to the bottom stories. It is frustrating enough that even though I like the news source, I keep asking myself whether to terminate my subscription.
  • A Great Read 5/5

    By jaacrew
    The WSJ App is a terrific find. It brings the content of the WSJ-the only newspaper you really need to read-to your fingertips for easy consumption when you want to read l always start with the opinion section, easy to find in the app’s menu section. You can select your content-just look for the summary of each article under the headline. It’s all about convenience and ease of use.
  • Soyo 5/5

    By soyosergio
    Noticias nítidas y actualizadas.
  • Review of digital edition 2/5

    By menahem Meier
    I am not satisfied with my access to the digital edition of the WSJ. The app works sporadically on my iPad and does not work on my wife’s iPhone. Months ago we had better access. Disappointed!
  • meh 3/5

    By Bluewave20
    keeps making me log back in to get to articles i enjoy content though
  • New app layout isn’t functional 2/5

    By Honest reviewer 3000
    The new redesign splintered the content on WSJ across a dozen different tabs. Say goodbye to scrolling through to find what’s interesting. You now have to individually visit each sub-page to get all the news.
  • The WSJ app is really 5-star, but only worth $4/mo 5/5

    By Smfargo1
    I have been a reader of the WSJ for 40 years. I really respect the journalists and editors who consistently write quality, informative and creative articles. With that said, I scribe to A LOT OF CONTENT via subscription. I like to financially support those sites a read, but $4 is my limit per month. The WSJ and every other content provider have a game where they give you a limited introductory low monthly fee like $4 - then 6 months later they jack it up to $30, probably in the hope that you won’t notice. I make a not in my Apple calendar to call them before the expiration and cancel and they ALWAYS give the $4 deal for another 6 months. It’s a hassle, but that is the ridiculous dance they play.
  • Comments lacking 1/5

    By thisnamecannontbetaken
    The wsj is great, but the app is lacking bc you can’t read the comments to the opinions. The commentary is The most entertaining part of the wsj.
  • Used to Be Reliable News 1/5

    By RaindropSC
    After subscribing to the WSJ for 40 years, I find that it is sadly no longer a reliable source of facts and news. Look into who owns it now. This formerly great newspaper is now Fox Lite.
  • Scrolling interrupted, returned to top 3/5

    By mherdman
    Whenever I begin scrolling down the main page on this app I am repeatedly and suddenly returned to the top of the page with no notice, and no input from me. I can be toward the very bottom of the page and suddenly I’m taken back to the top. Not for a story update. Very frustrating.
  • Freezes sometimes 4/5

    By Jae San
    Does the job but needs force quit from time to time due to freezing on my iPhone 11
  • Must call to cancel 1/5

    By Pacman8frogger
    How sketchy and stuck in the 1990s AOL world is that? You can subscribe online but can only unsubscribe by calling them. That is unless you live in a particular state, and then the unsubscribe button magically appears because it’s required by law.
  • Navigation not so hot 5/5

    By foxrocks41
    Content very good, navigation not. Videos don't work.
  • My Husband and I love to read Wall Street paper! 5/5

    By Elana Holiday
  • Missing reader comments 3/5

    By HH978
    I switched the mobile version of Wall Street Journal for the subscription savings. It was never explained to me that I would lose the building to see reader comments associated with articles. I find the format more challenging to navigate as well.
  • Informative 5/5

    By Dusan Dragan
    Thoughtful, fact-based reporting that provides me with valuable news and information.
  • Not enough free options 2/5

    By Liveurdreamz1
    I’m a huge fan of the wall street journal. However the online is a little disappointing to not have full access.
  • Daily Update 5/5

    By Clyde Bluejay
    I enjoy reading each morning the latest U.S. and global news. Clyde Bluejay
  • Logged in but can’t access any articles 1/5

    By ohhhhhdanny
    Buggy app
  • Fair and Balanced 5/5

    By Africa Hope
    I have numerous news apps and WSJ is one of the easiest to use. It truly is one of the only news apps I can trust to give me just the facts. I have a financial background so I appreciate getting information quickly. While other news articles are A bit biased the WSJ gives me the information I need without all the hype.
  • Fonts way too small 4/5

    By Laguna88
    The content is good but I struggle to read the articles because even the largest font size is too small to read comfortably, especially at night when I have to dim the screen. On the main pages I can only read the titles because the lead in text size is fixed at a tiny size -- can't be adjusted. It would be great if WSJ would provide a few larger fonts! Perhaps those of us without perfect eyesight would get more out of the publication.
  • My first read everyday. 5/5

    By 7 wonders
    WSJ .. news.. real news.. opinion page is just that.
  • My fav news app but.. 4/5

    By pkohli
    I love the app. It is my go-to app for news that is not editorialized and high quality, which is why I have been a subscriber for untold number of years. However, it has had a bug now for many years which refuses to go away. Often, when clicking on a news alert, the app restarts and goes to its home page. This would be tolerable if this was rare but it is very frequent. App owners, please fix!
  • The User Friendly App 5/5

    By dickflave
    The Wall Street Journal is not only informative, it is user friendly. That is why I use it. Pertinent, up-date and well-written articles.
  • Un-needed notifications 1/5

    By deep-proteins
    They send you notifications about articles and then when you click them you have to pay to read. Just don’t send me the notification then.
  • I’m a subscriber and many articles are behind a paywall 1/5

    By Aspiring Wantrepreneur
    Like the title suggests- many articles will be randomly behind a paywall, despite being a subscriber and being logged in on the app. Please fix this issue WSJ
  • Unusable on iPhones 1/5

    By Mcommenter
    The app is essentially unusable on iPhone. In the middle of reading, the page refreshes and goes back to the top. Every several seconds. This happens consistently, it has for a long time, across versions of the apps and of iOS. I suppose refreshing the ads (if that’s the cause) is more important than letting a reader read the articles.
  • WSJ is the One! 5/5

    By Gator Granny
    This is the only paper where one can find a plethora of information not only in our country but in the world as well with stellar factual backing. The political news, happenings, art, music, entertainment book reviews are the best, including the crosswords and humorous cartoons. This is my favorite newspaper!
  • Account needs updating 1/5

    By Random user named randy
    Every time I open the app it says my account needs updating and if I follow the link it doesn’t need updates.
  • Best newspaper 5/5

    By OriginalBanksta
    By far the clearest most accurate reporting.