|Dec 21, 2012, 02:15 PM||#1|
Wall Street Journal Joins Newsstand, Now Selling In-App Subscriptions
The Wall Street Journal is now offering in-app subscriptions on the App Store, and has added its newspaper to Apple's Newsstand automatic subscription delivery service, reports All Things D.
Newsstand support means readers can have their papers update automatically in the background.
Article Link: Wall Street Journal Joins Newsstand, Now Selling In-App Subscriptions
|Dec 21, 2012, 03:26 PM||#2|
as a subscriber of the Journal
The update is really impressive, especially on my iPad. I don't know if I would have subscribed to it BECAUSE of the app, but it's a huge added bonus to my online subscription.
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|Dec 22, 2012, 11:58 AM||#3|
There's no real difference in functionality other than now its a 2-click process to launch the app and you can't put it in the dock directly.
The app is great in that you can download and go offline, such as on an airplane.
But somehow I've always been suspect that the app doesn't have the freshest material as on the website - which can be a big deal in stock trading...
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