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Wall Street Journal releases iPhone app

updated 09:25 pm EDT, Thu April 16, 2009

iPhone Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal has released an iPhone app that provides access to a variety of content. Users can read articles, watch video and even listen to WSJ radio, with the full range of content available for free. The app also links to other Dow Jones sites including All Things Digital and Barron's. Content can be manually saved for offline access, while certain items such as front-page headlines are automatically stored.

The Wall Street Journal app can be downloaded for free from the app store. The initial release is ad supported, although it is unknown if the company plans on requiring a subscription for certain content. [via The Business Insider]

by MacNN Staff



  1. Titanium Man

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Make up his mind

    Rupert Murdoch must be manic-depressive. First he claimed he would make the WSJ free (eventually) when he bought it. Then later he said free content is not sustainable. Now he brings out an app and free content.

  1. chotty

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Are you referring to the website or the newspaper? ;-)

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