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The Business Insider app provides you with a fast and convenient way to read business news on the go.

Stay up-to-date with the latest news, sharp analyses and insightful commentaries from around the world and across a variety of topics like tech, finance, real estate, and more.

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What’s New

Version 15.5.3

- Performance updates

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
21.8K Ratings

21.8K Ratings

PeterS2012 ,

The new app is great!

Love the new look and feel of the app!I’ve been trying to use this app for the past six years and like others have also mentioned, felt that it was clunky and would crash constantly. Finally, with the new app things seem to be running really smoothly (so far). I like the new layout and sections better as well. This just made this app so much more usable for me. Love it.

ConLaDon ,

Please add support for Apple News

I have subscriptions to WSJ and Business Insider (both purchased, separately, directly from the publishers - not through Apple). When I want to read WSJ content on Apple News I get the option to login to my WSJ account. This allows me to read WSJ without getting an Apple News+ subscription. However, there is no option to login to my Business Insider account on Apple News. So the only way to read Insider is through the app (which isn’t aesthetically appealing in the slightest). Please add support for using Insider subscription in Apple News like WSJ allows!!! I’m saving Insider money by purchasing directly from you instead of using Apple, why would you not allow me to use this subscription in Apple News??

330Ciyes ,

Good Content with Horrible Technology

Business Insider has well thought out content (forgiving their obvious over the top liberal leanings) for business.

Unfortunately and amazingly even their paid product’s interface on iPad Professional’s or website is just plain bad! Do you guys try logging into your own site without an iPad App (ie your target market clearly has these) you can at least make your safari site version 1) enable you to log into the site (log-in screen doesn’t work), 2) when logged in via iPhones and the automatically opening the app having to sign in again 10 seconds later is just stupid. Get with the program and focus more on your business and less on chastising conservative outlook that was legally elected to the White House!

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