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Unmatched global news source

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Unmatched source of global news. Catch up on what’s happening in the world 24/7 with Reuters News.

• The resources of the world’s largest and most trusted news organization at your fingertips — 2,500 reporters in 200 locations.
• Global news coverage of the world.
• Alerts for breaking news and the stories you care about the most.
• Catch up quickly and on the go with new Editorial Highlights.
• Your personal Market Watchlist, plus stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities analysis.
• Constantly updated with new features: Save stories to read later, Night Mode, Editorial Highlights, Offline Access, and more.

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What’s New

Version 5.3.4

We have enhanced the app to allow all graphics and photos to be made full screen and zoomable.

Bug fixes and stability updates.

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
2.1K Ratings

2.1K 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.

Twtsngr444 ,

Good except for the ads and a fault search function

I have loved this app for all of my news needs, but my few complaints include how sensitive the ads are to touch, and a faulty search function. I have literally looked up an article by the title word-for-word and it couldn’t find it. If it can’t find it then it sends you other top articles that may not even have anything to do with what you’re searching for. It’s quite an annoying feature when you’re trying to find out about something from the source you trust the most, but don’t have time to sift through article after article just to find it. Wish you would fix this issue. Anyways, thanks for the great journalism, Reuters. Just wish your app was a little better.

SkinnyCoach ,

Latest update makes app irrelevant

I downloaded Reuters a long time ago along with the Associated Press app since both of them are on average the most unbiased news sources out there. Eventually I learned that there is no such thing as an unbiased news source, whether that be because news on a national level lacks nuance and prioritizes clickbaity titles (The while “banning” of Maus in Tennessee is a pretty good example) or because generally speaking the news is business that sometimes prioritizes it’s own interests. Still, AP and Reuters are the best if you value a lack of bias in news.

This is where my review comes in. The recent update has brought the app in line with other news sources, requiring an account in order to read the news. Eventually this will lead to requiring a paid subscription, that’s just how things go at this point. My problem is that the Reuters app and the AP app are the same exact thing, but one requires and account while the other doesn’t. I’m not sure what Reuters does that separates them from the AP other than there worldwide coverage is better? This decision by them is confusing and I hope they take a better look at their competition.

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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.

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  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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