• We've added new audio experiments - read aloud articles and a persistent audio player. Access these via the Experiments menu.
• To give us your feedback on this and dark mode, please contact email@example.com
Bug fixes and improvements
• We've introduced redesigned stream pages, changes to home and sections pages are coming soon
• General bug fixes and improvements
• We’re always working on improving the app and would love to hear your feedback. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or chat with us at help.ft.com
Ratings and Reviews
Great columns, and great coverage of business and economy
The FT doesn’t attempt to cover as much as, say, the NY Times. It’s specialised and selective, but it’s not narrow. It offers reporting or core issues in the politics and economy of UK and US, to a lesser extent the individual countries of Europe and the world. It also addresses the EU as such and the state of global affairs.
So it’s good for an analytic take of politics and more depth on markets. But the best is its several terrific columnists.
FT Shoold Allow Subscribers to Save and Store Full Text Articles for Scholarly Research
This app and the FT site doesn’t allow paid subscribers who need to use these articles as sources for academic or scholarly research to save full text articles to organizers like Pocket or Evernote. As such the FT subscription is worthless. Other major news publications allow subscribers to save full text articles for future reference and use as source materials. A serious scholar or researcher needs to be able to keep full text articles from various publications on specialized topics in one folder or location. The way things ate at present, a subscriber has to log on to the FT app or website, then go to a different site, location or folder to compare or supplement the information in the FT article with that of articles from other publications like The Economist or Bloomberg. This is a huge nuisance indeed. New regulations are needed to stop FT from engaging in this monopolistic practice.
Great newspaper, app can be improved
Been a long time subscriber and love the newspaper. I usually read on the website on desktop or phone, after trying the app I decided to stay with the website.
The app basically delivers the website version in compact, however it feels inflexible. I wish I can change the sequence of sections by my preference. Also the interface lacks natural effect, which feels a bit inconvenient for the thumbs.
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