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Whether you need to monitor your stock portfolio or just want to discover breaking financial news, Bloomberg provides the news and analysis you require, whenever and wherever you need it.
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Add the Today Widget to quickly see featured articles, markets data in your region, and a Watchlist summary with leaders and laggers.
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Ratings and Reviews
Like the news, the app is a pain
Bloomberg’s coverage of financial news is first-rate. Unfortunately the app is not of that quality. It is slow, won’t let you swipe past a story until all the ads have loaded, which can easily take 5 seconds. On my iPad I constantly find myself launching the video attached to the story when I don’t want to ... then it’s again a slow process before the app will let you close it.
The standard in news apps is set by the NYT and the Guardian. Bloomberg needs to up their game
Long time Bloomberg reader- disenfranchised by the extreme monetization of the content
I have been using this app for easily 4 years. I loved it when I first started using it, but, slowly but surely they began to monetize the content with ads which I am all for. However recently on top of the layers of ads and methods of monetizing their content which is already heavily subsidized by Bloomberg’s main business of selling institutional investors trading systems, they have thrown a 35 dollars a month pay wall in front of the same content they have given the public access to with ad support. 35 dollars a month is far too much for an application that has become more and more restrictive in how you use it (in an intelligent but frustrating attempt to maximize ad-space values) this may work for the people who you already have subscribing to your Bloomberg systems but that’s an obscene amount of money for the news especially to a millennial that is just seeking some less biased news to inform him in this world that’s upside down in terms of the news presented to the public. Rethink your pricing structure please 35 dollars a month for a student and to be honest for most people who don’t work in finance is just far too much.
Paying for Commercials?
This app has frustrated me greatly. I am an unlimited digital subscriber and yet I still have to sit through ad after ad after ad. Why? That makes no sense to me and I plan to cancel my subscription at this point because I’m just not sure what this gets me. Also, the app and website look sleek, but I have generally found to be a nightmare to actually navigate for content I’m looking for. It also drives me up a wall that I pay what I pay and yet I can only see excerpts instead of full interviews most the time. I wanted to pay for less noise and deeper insight, I got neither of those two things. If they addressed some of those issues, this would easily be a 5 star review. Remove ads for customers that pay you, and make your video catalog and radio catalog simpler to navigate and more reliable (holy crap do their proxy servers crash constantly).
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.