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What’s New

Version 1.41

What’s new?
• Improved listening experience for podcasts: iOS13+ users can now access audio player controls from within the app when navigating between pages in the app and outside the app. Controls include: play, pause, skip forwards/backwards, seek and playback rate.
• Bug fix: Live Customer Care chat is now accessible via Menu/ Help
• Bug fix: Markets Data company announcements open in app
• Bug fix: In-article videos are now displayed

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
26.3K Ratings

26.3K Ratings

Fleet Street Amateur ,

Great paper

Dear FT Team,

When I was a boy I dreamed of being a journalist as we had a neighbour (in Loughton) who was the Editor of The Sunday Times and he appeared to live a very glamorous life; Kenneth George Fleet was a stylish cricketer and an accomplished ballroom dancer and at one point in his life owned a red Triumph Stag by all accounts. However, I have spent most of my career in Hospitality (also a glamorous environment) and worked in world class brands such as Inter-Continental, Ritz-Carlton and RF hotels internationally. The FT was and continues to be a ‘lifesaver’ in terms of unbiased just in time key international updates. It is educational and quite frankly the ‘Rolls-Royce’ of news sources in my humble opinion. Were I to be able to enter the world of journalism there would only be one world-class brand I would still love to work for and it would be the FT. Stay safe and enjoy the summer.
Peter van Peborgh-Gooch
Elgin Scotland

grnrob4 ,

FT Online

Since moving abroad I have bitten the bullet and dropped my subscription for the written edition. What a relief! Like any quality broadsheet the physical FT was cumbersome and difficult to read to its full potential. The FT app is pretty intuitive to use and deftly takes advantage of its digital format by inserting cross references to related articles. It has a reasonably detailed contents sidebar and can also be customized. I read the FT mainly on iPhone but occasionally on my laptop, particularly when using the search function. The archive is extremely well stocked, it is easy to access, and the allowance of 20 gift articles per month is adequate given that each gift link can be accessed three times. Retrieved articles can also be printed. When I return to the UK I will stay online only with the occasional exception of the Weekend FT, which does benefit more from a hard copy format and which my wife enjoys browsing. All in all the best news app I use by a good margin. But there is a ‘but’. The FT is arguably the best newspaper in the world BUT is is horrendously expensive and therefore out of reach to many who would benefit from all it offers the privileged few.


The FT

Us ghetto spa must come to grips with the world of politics economics and finance. It is my opinion that this rag is a good plaice to start ones journey into the headzone of the movers and shakers who may at some point fall out of their glass towers. It is with no retreat the paper expensive but having dis app at a right proper low price. Educated me and me bredwin in the ways of how it works and how some will by a watch for a million pound and pay big bucks for things we ain’t heard off.

Good app....some good content....and when we got used to reading the paper, you see a load of suites on the make in market manipulation. So we sat good journalism if you fink there is such thing. Chomsky does not...but that’s his opinion.

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