The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal


"Make Time for the App That's As Ambitious As You Are"
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Enjoy The Wall Street Journal’s world-leading journalism on a wide range of topics, including our renowned coverage of global business and finance, with top stories on world news, markets, tech, lifestyle and more—all updated throughout the day. This visually stunning and easy-to-use app offers full access to U.S., Europe and Asia digital and paper editions, with the latest news also translated into Japanese and Korean.

Special Features & Technical Specifications:
• News update options that let you control how often content is refreshed
• A seven-day archive of the English language editions of the newspapers and local-language digital editions so you never miss important news
• A visual, card-based layout for an enhanced mobile user experience
• Designed for Android Lollipop (5.0) OS and compatible with 4.0 OS or above

Recent changes:
Welcome to the new Wall Street Journal Android app. The redesigned app includes
• A clean layout provides an uncluttered reading experience with large visuals, a sleek design and a user friendly interface.
• Streamlined navigation through a single navigation bar allows readers to access any article or section easily with one or two taps.
• Access to a seven day archive of the full newspaper which is readily accessible by tapping on the calendar icon at the top right corner of the app.
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About The Wall Street Journal
"Make Time for the App That's As Ambitious As You Are"
Download now and get a 30-day free trial.

Enjoy The Wall Street Journal’s world-leading journalism on a wide range of topics, including our renowned coverage of global business and finance, with top stories on world news, markets, tech, lifestyle and more—all updated throughout the day. This visually stunning and easy-to-use app offers full access to U.S., Europe and Asia digital and paper editions, with the latest news also translated into Japanese and Korean.

Special Features & Technical Specifications:
• News update options that let you control how often content is refreshed
• A seven-day archive of the English language editions of the newspapers and local-language digital editions so you never miss important news
• A visual, card-based layout for an enhanced mobile user experience
• Designed for Android Lollipop (5.0) OS and compatible with 4.0 OS or above

Recent changes:
Welcome to the new Wall Street Journal Android app. The redesigned app includes
• A clean layout provides an uncluttered reading experience with large visuals, a sleek design and a user friendly interface.
• Streamlined navigation through a single navigation bar allows readers to access any article or section easily with one or two taps.
• Access to a seven day archive of the full newspaper which is readily accessible by tapping on the calendar icon at the top right corner of the app.

User reviews of The Wall Street Journal
I pay $155 per month for the online version. Now they want $55 so I can read on my phone? Ripoff.
May 29, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Better UI but ad is a bit intrusive
A Google User
4 days ago
Glad for the try before I buy option Good content, but an overall mediocre app. Doesn't preloaded stories like some other news apps. Loading of the ads causes odd behavior and jumpiness, even on high speed WiFi, and the feed will randomly refresh while scrolling through and take you back to the start. I honestly like the google news interface better. Will be canceling my subscription till the glitches get ironed out.
A Google User
4 days ago
New update makes it more user friendly
A Google User
4 days ago
I suppose the redesign is an improvement visually. Functionally, not so much. Often when I'm scrolling, it jumps back to the home page. Annoying.
A Google User
4 days ago
Updated app is worse Can't download for offline reading and ads keep popping up and pushing text aide after text is displayed.