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Ratings and Reviews
Actual, proper news. A visibly ever improving app.
Having subscribed to the FT for about a year, I’m only ever refreshed by the concise, informative journalism; clear and well argued opinion; and somehow (sadly) relative freedom from infantile, faddy, and reductive opinions and headlines. Other uk broadsheets just don’t cut it mores the pity.
The app itself has improved loads since I signed up but was already strong to begin with. As an engineer myself, I enjoy seeing the improvements and features the FT team are adding.
I can’t recommend subscribing highly enough.
Not what it used to be
I have been reading the FT daily since 1987 when I started as a trainee at Deloitte, moving to become an equity analyst at Merrill Lynch and ultimately CEO of a market leader in renewable energy. I have definitely noticed a substantial deterioration in the quality of the writing and especially a shift from objective reporting to increasingly far fetched opinion pieces. This detracts from the value. FT readers are smart enough to form their own opinions and don’t need to be force fed by journalists that have lost their balance. Like many readers I am debating daily the need to cut my subscription, constrained only by my lack of viable alternatives. Please revert to the core values otherwise you are no better than the other broadsheets that have have also been consumed with politics.
Synchronising issue between devices
I very much enjoy the Financial Times app, it is now the only newspaper I read.
There is one feature I would like added however, I read on both my iPad and iPhone and it is quite irritating that my phone tablet don’t synchronise. This therefore means that if I switch between my phone and tablet, the articles I have read on one device to not fade out on the other device. A very small nuisance, but one that should be easy to resolve.
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