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The Wall Street Journal.
Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Journal.,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||News||9.0.1||August 11, 2017||4.18|
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Version 9.0 released on July 11, 2017
Welcome to v9.0 of the Wall Street Journal app. We've made significant improvements in this version and do hope you enjoy: - A completely redesigned What’s News feed that allows our world-class editorial team the flexibility to create packages of distinctive news content throughout the day - A modern navigation paradigm, centered around a tab bar that supports easy access to News, Saved Articles, Notifications and My Profile - The ability to Save and Share articles from sections - A slew of new alert categories that are part of a broad new Notification Center - A prominently placed and persistent Search experience with a brand new look - A complete overhaul of the app's look and feel: most notably we have recut our historic and recognizable paper typefaces for digital to deliver the class and sophistication of the WSJ brand into our iOS App
Version 9.0.1 released on August 11, 2017
Minor changes to address a few bugs.
Version 8.5 released on June 05, 2017
Welcome to v8.5 of the Wall Street Journal app. We've listened to your feedback and have added the ability to print articles from your device. We hope you enjoy. In addition, you'll find enhanced fonts and color treatments. Finally, we've taken care of various bugs to ensure a quality experience.
Version 8.4 released on May 11, 2017
Thank you for upgrading your WSJ app! In this version, we have introduced a brand-new "follow author" feature designed to get you closer to The Journal's top-class reporters. Simply tap the icon next to an author's byline in the app and you will be signed up to receive a push notification any time that author publishes a new story. You can see all of your followed authors and update your preferences at any time in the app's notification settings page. We have also upgraded the app to support rich push notifications, allowing for an expanded view of a notification that shows the image or video associated with a story, and allows you to watch a video in the notification itself when one is attached. The other big news in version 8.4 is that we have restored the ability to select a paragraph of text in WSJ articles, and to copy or share it using your preferred social and messaging apps. This update also includes a number of bug fixes for iPhone and iPad, addressing crashes that some readers have experienced when tapping articles in our Today screen widget or when opening stories from push notifications, and by improving performance on older devices. As always, thank you for your feedback, and know that more improvements are on the way.
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