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The Wall Street Journal.

The Wall Street Journal.

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Make Time for the App That's As Ambitious As You Are - Take a 4-Week Free Trial Today! Now with WSJ for Apple Watch and Evernote Premium*.

The new WSJ app is an immersive digital news experience modeled after the iconic Wall Street Journal newspaper. It brings you the latest news, as well as expert commentary and analysis from around the world, with enhanced features and visual storytelling that bring the Journal to life. And it’s all delivered through a cleaner, simpler interface so you can find the news you need, anywhere you need it.

Plus, experience WSJ content in an engaging new way with the WSJ app for Apple Watch. Get instant access to breaking news, market information and everything else that makes the Journal essential reading for people who can’t afford to miss a thing, all with just a glance at your wrist.


Key Features:
- A stunning visual experience with rich photo slideshows, full-screen video and interactive graphics
- Optimized performance that delivers faster load times and improved stability
- Streamlined navigation consistent with the structure of the paper, while offering quick access to breaking news and analysis.
- Multiple ways to read including the digital versions of our U.S., Europe and Asia print editions as well as the latest news from WSJ

Key Features for Apple Watch:
- The top stories you need to know right now, easily available right on your watch screen, with the ability to save and read later on your iPhone.
- Push notifications sent to you as news breaks so you'll never be the last to know.
- Market data information integrated seamlessly into accompanying stories, displaying stock performance for companies and other need-to-know items that keep you synced up with your portfolio.

Special Features for iOS 8:
- Notification Center that displays the top four stories pulled from latest news right on your home screen
- Interactive push notifications that link to a breaking news story that can be saved for later
- Start reading an article on one Apple device and seamlessly continue on another

Subscribe for $22.99 per month to receive unlimited digital access on iPad, iPhone, all other WSJ tablet & smartphone apps, and WSJ Online.

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.

Subscriber Agreement & Terms of Use:
http://djcs-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/mobile/subscriber_agreement.html

* A complimentary one year subscription to Evernote Premium is currently available only to U.S. subscribers who are eligible for WSJ+.

What's new

Hello, and thank you for updating to the latest edition of the WSJ app. This release contains key fixes and enhancements, including:

- WSJ's new app for Apple Watch, featuring top new stories, alerts and market data
- A fix that allows you to change your system font without crashing the Market Data tool
- You’ll also find updated currency symbols in Market Data popover windows that clarify monetary value
- YouTube videos are now embedded within the app to support a more seamless viewing experience

We are committed to making ongoing improvements to the performance of our app. In future releases, look forward to WSJ for Apple Watch and additional feature enhancements.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please send them to wsjmobileproduct@dowjones.com


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Last changed:
Mar 26, 2015
Category:
Newsstand
Developer:
Wall Street Journal
Version:
6.3
Size:
26.7 MB

Current Version Average Rating:
3.50 (1597)

All Versions Average Rating:
3.50 (93293)
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