Bloomberg Professional 4+

Take Bloomberg on the GO

Bloomberg Finance LP

    • 3.7 • 390 Ratings
    • Free



This app is only accessible by Bloomberg Terminal customers with a Bloomberg Anywhere subscription.

Stay connected to breaking news, markets, clients and colleagues with on-the-go access to key Bloomberg Terminal functionality.

Featured Functions:
• News (TOP, Live Blogs, Today)
• Instant Bloomberg (IB)
• Bloomberg Message (MSG)
• Markets (WEI, WEIF, WB)
• Security Data and Research (Q, GP, FA, EE, ANR, RES)
• Portfolios (PORT)
• Worksheets (W)
• Alerts (MLRT, NLRT, ALRT)

Please note: your B-Unit is required for the initial login only.

What’s New

Version 2.2324

We know you need your information quicker, better, and smarter. With this latest update, we continue to address bug fixes and areas to improve stability. Thank you for using Bloomberg Professional Mobile app.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
390 Ratings

390 Ratings

King122112 ,

Good. But needs improvement and added features

Good, but needs added features. Like a more detailed and organized MON and businessweek magazines section. Also the ability to track portfolio groups in RT. Ability to read magazines subscriptions and newsletters. Overall features improvements are needed. There’s a big gap between the terminal and the app abilities.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the feedback. There is a Businessweek magazine section available under News > Magazines - and additionally you can access the Bloomberg Businessweek app using your BBA account, see {APP} on a desktop terminal for details.

jgreenert ,

Newest Version Shows Continual Movement Away From Understanding Users

For casual monitoring of messages and markets, it’s an acceptable add-on to the terminal, but when attempting to do more, the app falls short. While there are some useful enhancements with the latest release (better access to monitors, security page) it has removed some good functionality (linking market pages to home screen, IB notification on home screen, news layout on tablet, organization of news, consolidated home screen of market, message & news) and made some naive blunders (5 year Treasury as benchmark for the bond market, Today / home screen). Terminal mode on tablet is clunky and Apple keyboard overlays many key areas, especially when messaging. In 3 hours of use today, I experienced the one crash & a completely blank screen. Developer appears to be shifting focus to phone users over tablet. Talking with one sales coverage today, he would be ditching the app in favor of Surface and the full version. Essentially, despite its ease of access vs the full version on a laptop/Surface, there are too many short comings to the app when attempting to do real work. I have passed along usage comments to my Bloomberg coverage & app feedback.

rrubin34 ,

Re-Order in Securities

There should be the ability to re-order and prioritize what information comes up on equity securities.

The idea that ESG, as a large block, should come before a company’s financials is odd and that should be up to the user, not Bloomberg. Different users care about different things, and prioritization should be up to the user.

Push alerts are also terrible! “Larry Summers says…” comes up more than anything (although we are now getting a lot of Bill Gross says…”). I don’t care what those guys are saying as a push alert. Most don’t. And yet I can’t seem to get a push alert on the type of information that I would prefer, which is quick hit information that is data driven. Killing the Larry Summers says and going more toward data driven information alerts would be better for the users.

App Privacy

The developer, Bloomberg Finance LP, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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