Welcome to the official Harvard Business Review mobile app. Renowned for excellence in publishing industry-leading business management, HBR now provides you with the ability to access the power of the print magazine, alongside the latest digital articles, and our most important videos. Reading, sharing, and interacting with HBR content is easier than ever before.

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What’s New

Version 26.0

This release includes bug fixes and general stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
8.3K Ratings

8.3K Ratings

R.J. F ,

Don’t subscribe in ap

I can’t count the number of times I’ve had restore purchase, activate in the app, had to try to access from other apps, issues like this are constant and the support response is utterly uninterested in dealing with problems related to in app subscriptions as though the very existence of this option is somehow beneath them. (they’re all to welcoming to setup a new account without offering a price break which basically means pay for the same content twice).

I’m not sure if the problems are with the publisher or Apple. Whatever the issue, I suggest subscribing via their normal process as opposed to through Apple. Or not bothering to digital subscribe at all

kangaroo5383 ,

From such an awesome institution I’d expect the app to be of higher quality

This is really substandard work for such a reputable institution - typography and layout is a bit of a mess. At the very least whoever is working on this app should just copy the website typography for consistency. Or reference The Information’s iOS app for layout and styling as reference for what a professional content heavy app should look like.

Attention to details is sorely lacking, there’s no spacing between the url and title string when you use the share sheet. I would happily fix all this for free just so I don’t have to look at this anymore.

dallas61 ,

Pretty rudimentary for premium content

There is no way to display content by type which seems like minimal functionality that most content providers have been providing for years. This is just an electronic version of a magazine with a list of content as an add on (but doesn’t seem to be additional content). That means the only thing this gives me is the ability to access on my iPad instead of carrying around a magazine. It could easily be so much more and should be for the premium content that it is.

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