The Wall Street Journal really needs no introduction. The largest newspaper in the United States by circulation has been around in print since 1889 and now, almost 122 years later – it’s finally made its way to the Android smartphone.
The Journal has made the transition to the small screen for folks who want news on the go. Sure, the WSJ website has always been around, but the dedicated app takes things to the next level. The app provides news, views, analysis, and real-time quotes straight to your Android-powered smartphone. It also has the ability to save news for later reading, and a multimedia section for browsing photos, podcasts, and watching videos.
While the app is free, it unfortunately needs an additional mobile subscription on top of your current online subscription. Something a lot of folks won’t be pleased about. However, costs aside, it’s been getting some great reviews on the Android Market. Check it out for yourself.
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