Haaretz English Edition

Haaretz English Edition

By Haaretz Daily Newspaper Ltd

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-02-28
  • Current Version: 3.3.35
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 39.81 MB
  • Developer: Haaretz Daily Newspaper Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 320 Ratings

Description

Experience award-winning journalism from the most reliable news source in the Middle East. The Haaretz iPhone app (English version) gives you constantly updated news from Israel, the Mideast and the Jewish world, plus all the opinion and analysis you need to put it in context. Read, share and comment on: * Breaking news from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world 24/7 * Opinions from Israel's most influential commentators and bloggers * Incisive analysis from across the political spectrum * Exclusive interviews with Israeli and international figures * In-depth features exploring all aspects of Israeli society * Enhanced coverage of the Jewish world and the North American Jewish community * Shabbat and Jewish holiday times and weather conditions Please email us at mobile@haaretz.co.il if you experience problems or have suggestions for improving our app. Staying informed on Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world has never been this quick and easy. You can purchase a subscription via App Store (except Israeli store customers), or have full access if you are already subscribers printed edition of Haaretz daily newspaper. There are two digital subscription options: One-month subscription for $12.99, automatically renewed until canceled. One-year subscription for $129.99, automatically renewed until canceled. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. All subscriptions are renewed automatically unless you request to cancel them least 24 hours before the end of current subscription period. If automatic renewal is not canceled, a fee will be charged an additional subscription period through the expense of your iTunes. After purchasing a subscription, you can manage your automatic renewal through your account settings at Apple. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. For help and support, please contact the customer service of Haaretz: http://www.haaretz.com/contact-us You can find Haaretz privacy policy at: http://www.haaretz.com/misc/privacy-policy You can find Haaretz term of use at: http://www.haaretz.com/misc/terms-and-conditions

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Reviews

  • Haaretz app

    5
    By Whitewater Gale
    Haaretz is proof that Israel is well ahead of the US in what its newspapers can report. This kind of freedom of speech is rare. Americans cannot be as critical of the US or Israel in US papers as Israelis can be of the US and Israel in newspapers such as Haaretz. It would be nice to be able to log in on something other than my iPhone—and not be assaulted by pop-up advertisements before even getting to the headlines, however.
  • Lo tov

    1
    By SabaDave
    I subscribed to Haaretz, an excellent newspaper, on my iPhone, but that was the only device that it would allow me to log into, not my iPad, nor my iMac, nor my wife’s iPhone through family share. Since I prefer reading on a larger screen than my iPhone, I considered the app unacceptable and unsubscribed.
  • Not a good experience

    1
    By Listener333
    Criticizing israel should be left to its enemies, heaven knows there are enough of them. Help the israeli left to feel properly proud again of the beleaguered miracle in which they live. As for the app, the constant demands for money make it unusable.
  • Annoying app

    1
    By bromoab
    Even with a high subscription, price advertisements are rife. You can not open the app without getting slammed by full screen ad.
  • News of Israel

    3
    By Mom1435
    I read your stories to ensure that i have access to the Israeli point of view. Somtimes I think Israel causes its own problems, which we also do in the US. I wish I understood more about the Palestinian right of return, Israel's nuclear program in Dimona (sp?) including nuclear weapons held by Israel, and why Israel is settling the occupied territories that it took in the 1967 war. Interestingly, I have found that there seven Semitic derived languages in use today: Arabic (300m speakers), Amharic (22m speakers), Tigrinya (7m speakers), Hebrew (1.1m speakers), Tigre (1.05m speakers), Aramaic (575k speakers), and Maltese (482,880 speakers).
  • Impossible to activate

    1
    By Aryeh@
    Ha’aretz is the epitome of great journalism in impossible circumstances. But atter buying a subscription through iTunes, I tried to activate it without success. Please help me habibi.
  • Unfortunate Pressure!

    2
    By troublemakerXL
    I became so fatigued by so many restricted articles, after having been initially assured of “Full Access”, together with constant peddling of the New York Times, that I cancelled my subscription two weeks early. Too bad that good journalism is unable apparently to be patient enough to allow serious customers to make a comfortable evaluation!
  • A terrific app for news but...

    2
    By UPS-ested
    Haaretz is a 5 Star app for information. For some reason the latest version runs so slow when trying to open articles that I’m seriously considering canceling my subscription. I don’t know if the problem is with the latest iPhone OS update or with the latest app version but it’s pretty unusable on my iPhone X now. I’ll try a reinstall again but it looks like I’m killing this subscription to what is fantastic news source.
  • Breaking news 100x a day

    2
    By jaypea813
    I like my news apps for the breaking news notifications. Haaretz has no way to customize notifications so I get 100s of alerts a day for non-news and opinion articles. Had to delete.
  • That’s very cool

    5
    By Konradk74
    😁😎

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