Economist Espresso

Economist Espresso

By The Economist

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2014-11-05
  • Current Version: 1.5.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 67.83 MB
  • Developer: The Economist
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 17,672 Ratings

Description

• A morning briefing from the editors of The Economist • Brand new content delivered 6 days a week • Free to download with access to one article daily for non-subscribers The Economist Espresso is a new morning briefing from the editors of The Economist. Delivered to your smartphone or inbox before breakfast, it tells you what’s on the global agenda in the coming day, what to look out for in business, finance and politics and, most importantly, what to make of it. The Economist Espresso is published each weekday morning in three editions for the Americas, Europe and Asia. • The Economist Espresso is free to download. • One article of your choosing can be read for free daily. • You are able to purchase a monthly subscription to full edition of The Economist Espresso for GBP £4.99 / USD $4.99 / EUR €2.99 / HK $23.00 • If you are an existing subscriber to The Economist,with digital entitlement, full access to Espresso is now included with your subscription. FEATURES • Brand new content delivered 6 days a week • Published each weekday morning in three editions for the Americas, Europe and Asia • Automatically delivered to your smartphone before breakfast SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS • Subscribe for GBP £4.99 / USD $4.99 / EUR €2.99 / HK $23.00 a month, you will be charged in your local currency at the prevailing exchange rate as defined by iTunes. • Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. • Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the price of the original subscription. • You can manage auto-renew of your subscription in your iTunes account settings. • The app offers a subscription with a free trial period of one month. At the end of the trial period, full price of the subscription will be charged thereafter. • You may cancel a subscription during its free trial period via the subscription setting through your iTunes account. This must be done 24 hours before the end of the subscription period to avoid being charged. Please visit http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4098 for more information. • You may turn off the auto-renewal of your subscription via your Account Settings. However, you are not able to cancel the current subscription during its active period ABOUT THE ECONOMIST ESPRESSO The Economist Espresso is part of The Economist weekly international news and business publication offering independent and clear reporting, commentary and analysis on world current affairs; business, finance, science and technology, culture, society, media and the arts.

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  • Waking up aware

    5
    By Joe Govoni
    No better way than this.
  • A great morning synopsis of global affairs

    5
    By VinBonVin
    A convenient and concise summary of big stories to get a pulse on my day.
  • Worth every penny

    5
    By Trex7799
    Great app. A great, abridged version of today’s news and finances. I’m especially fond of the economic insight. A must have for my daily routine.
  • Great Daily Snapshot

    5
    By Diva 8-)
    I love this app! It is a great daily snapshot of news that just takes a few minutes to read. Always includes compelling photos as well.
  • Annoying, minor and easily solvable technical issue

    3
    By PauloDTMT
    This app had one minor annoying issue, it won’t sync what is read across devices. I read it on my phone in the morning, but when I open my iPad in the evening the stories show as unread. This is a Minor issue, but perhaps working across multiple devices and having slight OCD are a combination more common in readers of The Economist than in the general population. Since this happens 6 days a week, it merits being fixed. Thank you.
  • Disappointing

    2
    By bikerdan41
    The selection of short articles is very limited and the articles are not very informative and lack depth -they are very superficial. Not what I expected from the Economist whose magazine is noted for its depth of reportage. In addition it is quite unclear how to stop the automatic subscription renewal - $2.99 per month. To stop the auto payments you have to access itunes subscriptions from your Apple account under Settings - not an intuitive process. Beware!
  • Succinct

    5
    By help rohingyas
    The succinct coverage that spans the globe is informative and VfT ie value for time!
  • Scam

    1
    By sivart81
    Can’t unsubscribe... been paying monthly for some I don’t use
  • When you want a quick look at the news of the day

    5
    By bbwMex
    I read this first thing every morning. It’s a good gauge as to whether I want to read more in a full length newspaper and also useful when I’m short on time but want to briefly know the world news. I like that you can change the focus of the report to different parts of the world.
  • A Strangely Dull Daily CaseBook of Toll Tales, Boring Gossip & Gross Domestic Propaganda!

    1
    By 1yreve3R💎⚜️💠
    Loads extremely slowly like a cheap red light Piccadilly tour trolley. Reads & looks like an ugly page 3 pinup with ominously unimportant captioned tales of common filth from the waning merchandising empire of pompously slavering imps scribbling this decaf NewsCafé drivel...laden with underwhelming short short commercial-riddled stories, even if they could be considered such, which offer little useful substance other than frequent intrusions from inexplicable Brazil tourism ad pop-ups! Worse than rotting remarks regarding any world economic trends plague this morose macroegonomic mill from a hostile host of neo-Luddite Lizzie Burns Engelites. Their stunted & abysmally truncated humorless ripostes fall fatty & flatly on the plain Little Britain skittishness at the moment. No solid reporting, details or any real work is displayed. Unlike other mature & neutral news sources, this app is slow, restrictive, overpriced , underpowered, and lacks the most necessary & fundamentally useful live stock ticker technical feeds, daily markets data, microeconomic business news, and strategic econometrics trend analysis. Replete with frequently strange & unusual freakingnomics snippets with alt-not-so-bright 4th world-of-the-weird odd-bin odd-job journalist sentiments, this inept attempt at an app falls far short of The Brexonomist’s requisite lowball standards. Download it at your impudence & imperilment to get your badge of daily dishonesty & unfair share of data disabuse from an ugly pack of unscientific OxBridge Brazil carnival carts filled with moldy-oldies, Bread & Circuses PURPLE BRICKS, snide low-brow disruptive disinformation, dirty data deeds done dirt cheap side of the Street, etc. FT is also running the same hunk of junk news bits & pieces, while the somewhat neutral Reuters Thompson is only a tad better. Bloomberg is definitely a complete source without wasting your energy, time & money for nothing, cheesewhiz exchequers free. 🌊🏄🏻‍♀️🏄🏻‍♂️🌪💫

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