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Welcome to the New Reuters News App!

We’re thrilled to announce a major update to the Reuters News app, rebuilt from the ground up to help you keep up with the global news as it breaks, and enable you to personalize your news. Your feedback has been instrumental in guiding our efforts, and we can’t wait to hear what you think!

What’s New

Version 6.0

• Fresh New Design

Enjoy a sleek, modern interface that makes navigating through the news a breeze. We've optimized the design for better readability and an improved user experience, including “Today,” our new home for News.

• Enhanced Article Experience

Dive into news stories with a more immersive and visually engaging article layout. Stay informed with new interactive graphics and insight into related content, newsletters and notifications.

• My News

Introducing My News, which enables you to personalize your Reuters experience by presenting a customized feed based on topics, and companies that matter most to you. Save articles to read later and manage your preferences easily.

• Real-Time Markets Updates

Keep track of the latest market trends with our improved Markets section. Get updates and in-depth analysis at your fingertips. Create a personalized Watchlist and follow companies to stay up to date on breaking news.

• Media Hub

Access our rich library of videos, podcasts, and photo galleries. The new Media Hub brings you closer to the stories with high-quality multimedia content, including our new podcast Reuters Econ World.

• Customizable Push Notifications

Stay up to date with breaking news alerts that you can customize to your interests. Choose the topics you want to receive mobile alerts on and never miss an important update. Our team will supply you with the needed global update alerts as well. If you are one of our loyal podcast listeners, you can also opt-in to podcast notifications separately.

• We Value Your Feedback!

Your reviews and feedback have helped shape this app, and we’re excited to continue improving with your input. Leave us a review or contact us at and let us know how we’re doing.

Thank you for being a part of our journey. We’re committed to bringing you the best news experience possible. Happy reading!

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
2.3K Ratings

2.3K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

Navigating breaking news is a pleasure with this flagship app from the world-renowned news organization, Reuters. This highly polished app comes packed with quality content, graceful transitions, and super fast navigation. Whether you’re looking for the latest political news, checking in on tech events, or tracking stocks in your portfolio, Reuters is a boon.

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Rethinking Reuters: A Critical Review of the Apple TV News App

We’ve been using the Apple TV version of the service for years to get our news at lunchtime. Just to be clear, this feedback refers exclusively to the Apple TV version. It might apply to other versions, but I’ve never used them and can’t say either way. We appreciate the impartiality of the news service. In general, the app is functional and visually appealing. However, there are several areas that could be improved. The welcome screen offers options for different versions of the news according to how much time you have: 5, 10, 20, or 30 minutes. Unfortunately, none of them work. No matter what you choose, it always gives you a 60-ish minute version. It seems that the feature used to work, and they probably transitioned to a one-hour-only model but never updated the interface.

Recently, they’ve innovated with more segments consisting of raw footage without any comments or context. Sometimes it’s pretty self-explanatory, but other times it’s an utmost mystery. They should at least provide some written information about the footage, even if they don’t have a narrator in place.

Speaking of narrators, the sound quality is often atrocious. It’s as if the narrator has the microphone inside their mouth. Some upgrading to the reporters’ microphones might be in order, perhaps?

That’s my two cents.

DaBigDickedPlaya ,

Videos are poor quality

Overall this is a solid app but I just want to bring attention to the absurd situation with the daily video briefing. It used to be that you could watch the videos no problem. But one day Reuters seeks to have determined that they would rather not show videos that may have brief and occasional buffering. So now, while I watch the daily news briefing in the exact same spot I have been for awhile, every morning I’m prompted that I can only listen to the audio without video until my connection improves. The thing is, this is occurring in the same spot (on my couch) I use my computer and iPhone in for other stuff and I consistently have a strong WiFi connection. It is so annoying not being able to see the videos. It’s like I’m listening to the radio but I’m not driving so I have nothing to look at.

Bottom line: don’t be so anal. I would MUCH rather have a few instances of mild buffering than have to stare at a screen that’s essentially blank.

Frankly, Reuters is a superb news organization and I’m generally very satisfied with the app. I’d say it’s 4-4.5 stars in reality but I want to get this issue some attention and they aren’t going to pay as much attention to a 4 star review.

App Privacy

The developer, Thomson Reuters, 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 Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

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

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • 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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