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

Keep up to date with the latest news, sharp analysis and insightful commentaries from around the world and across the spectrum of Business Insider verticals.

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+ Current news by top verticals: Business Insider, BI Prime, Insider, Insider Videos and all our other great verticals

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+ Search through Business Insider's extensive story archives

+ Save interesting articles for later reading

+ Easily edit your saved article list with delete or remove all option

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What’s New

Version 10.0

First improvements to our totally new and updated Business Insider App!

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
16.7K Ratings

16.7K Ratings

AsherOh ,

Clickbait, poor journalism, trashy content. And you expect me to pay for THAT? No a chance in h*ll!

This app used to be great. Nice interface, business, tech, and general news. I used to use regularly and enjoyed it a lot.

Over the past few years the quality of the content went down drastically, headlines turned to misleading clickbait, and it feels like any original content was paywalled. What was left in free content was 90% of the content being recycled from elsewhere (e.g. Reddit), hating on Trump or praising Elon Musk.

Slowly the paid-content pushing began, first with “Insights”, a ridiculous “Insiders” program, and eventually requiring BI “premium” for what was barely-premium content.

Now everything requires a subscription, a steep $99 a year (the Economist could be had for half that, and provide ten times ROI in content quality and quantity without having to sift through the trash). 20 free articles a month is a pittance.

Happily deleting this app, I’ll use my eyeballs elsewhere, where the content doesn’t singe my eyes, and my patronage is appreciated. Good riddance BI, your current “offering” isn’t worth it for free, let alone for $$.

Hope we all vote with our feet, and your current “leadership” gets sacked. Bring back the old BI and perhaps your loyal patrons will return. Or not, there is no shortage of better alternatives.

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!

BEE-RYE95 ,

Decent but Biased

Content it good for keeping up with current events and the personal finance articles can be interesting from time to time. Other than thats its just another biased news source. Most articles on politics and the economy lean Left, which is fine both sides are respectable, but it would be nice to either have equal amount of articles on both sides so we can see the whole picture or only have articles that list out all facts without opinions sprinkled in. Not trying to pick a side or anything, i just don't like being influenced by articles that hide information that doesn't support their argument which i see a lot on here.

Information

Seller
Silicon Alley Insider, Inc.
Size
67.7 MB
Category
Business
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. BI Prime (Monthly) $11.99
  2. BI Prime (Annual) $99.99
  3. Quarterly Subscription $27.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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