Bloomberg: Business News

Bloomberg: Business News

By Bloomberg Finance LP

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2019-02-01
  • Current Version: 5.22.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 52.28 MB
  • Developer: Bloomberg Finance LP
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.60322
From 38,845 Ratings


Get comprehensive access to global business, stock market and finance news, and trending topics like bitcoin and cryptocurrency. You can customize the app to monitor your personal portfolio and receive continuous alerts on global stock positions and summarized financial, economic, and corporate information that meets the needs of the global business and financial professional. Whether you need to monitor your stock portfolio or just want to discover breaking financial news, Bloomberg provides the news and analysis you require, whenever and wherever you need it. FEATURES: - News: Featured and trending stories in Markets, Industries, Technology, Politics, Luxury, Personal Finance, Opinion and more. - Market Data: Latest market data on your customizable portfolio and personalized for your region including Equity Indexes, Futures, Bonds, Commodities & Currencies. - Watchlist: Easily track your portfolio by adding a security (stocks, mutual funds, ETFs, currencies, etc.) to your personal Watchlist(s). - Video: Watch Bloomberg Television Live without the need of any Cable or Satellite subscription. Watch featured videos specifically chosen for top news categories. - Audio: Listen to interviews and analysis from around the world by the smartest names in Global Finance, Business, Economics & Investment from our radio shows and podcasts. More Features: Add the Today Widget to quickly see featured articles, markets data in your region, and a Watchlist summary with leaders and laggers. Introducing a bold, new look for Businessweek including issue downloading for offline reading. Download the app now for accurate and concise finance news, stock market intelligence alerts and everything you need to know about currencies, commodities and futures… Scan a news story on any website to instantly reveal relevant news and data from Bloomberg related to the companies and people in the story. A subscription to the Bloomberg app gets you unlimited access to all Bloomberg content within the app, Apple News and on the website (after linking your account). You can start with a 30 days free trial and then a monthly subscription for $34.99/month or $329.99/year. Your payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. You may manage your subscription and auto-renew may be turned off by going to Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Terms of Use: Privacy Policy:



  • Paywall Triggered for Businessweek Subcriber

    By Seano_2012
    Even though I am a businessweek subscriber, I hit a paywall when trying to view the content, even after linking my credentials. I wish the businessweek app was still available, or at least my credentials would work on the standard Bloomberg app.
  • Bless me.

    By bigfatchecks
    It’s great now give me a free month. Thank you.
  • Not user friendly

    By warrenrock2312
    There’s so many things that could be better from an ease of use perspective that it’s odd a company would release a product without considering this. From a technology perspective, it locks up too often. And why if I download the magazine does it take so long to load the next article. That is, if it even reacts to my finger swipe.
  • Too much Ads

    By 자이자이자시가
    Is it normal that I see ads more than the real content with my online unlimited subscription?
  • Crap QA battery drain

    By JLdog
    Not only is Bloomberg overpriced and support a nightmare to deal with to sync my subscription, but the latest “performance enhancements” nuked my iPad Pro.
  • Good reading during this crisis

    By Alexander Economakis
    Bloomberg kept me informed and helped me from going crazy during this difficult period not only with the virus but also with irresponsible decisions of a couple of world leaders on both sides of the Atlantic .
  • Great look. No dark mode. Battery hog. Not all articles are available.

    By DJ Galda
    The Bloomberg app has an improved reading experience over the articles one might find on their Website. The design is cleaner. The typography is easier on the eyes. Most of the Website reading features are available such as audio versions and social media sharing. Comments are a no-go as the interface doesn’t support Disqus. Where I find the app lacking is when I ask Safari to open a Web article in the app, and the app shows nothing except the home screen. I assume this means that the not all content is available across both mediums. Running the iPad app also drains the battery noticeably. I can see the iOS power remaining bar go down in real-time. Although, the Website does the same for power consumption, even for text-based content with relatively few videos, charts, and graphs. I wonder why Bloomberg News would still bombard users with inline ads in the app when we have to pay a premium for a subscription. The Atlantic recently redesigned their iPad app, and there are no ads whatsoever. The lack thereof makes for a much more painless reading experience. At the very least, don’t jitter the text while in the middle of a scroll. Chances are the ads are a huge battery hog. Now that iOS will sometimes automatically open a Web article in the app and close the browser tab, it helps a lot for Bloomberg to offer the Save feature. However, the saved reading list has two notable areas for improvement that could make it better. First, the saved items should display in chronological order by default, utilizing the date I added the articles from most recent to oldest. Right now, it appears as if the articles are in some mix of alphabetical and topical. I have to constantly clear out read articles to keep the list short and visually scannable. That brings me to my next suggestion: the save feature should allow users the ability to archive read articles. I like being able to see which articles remain to be read versus those that I completed already. The news app does not allow copy and paste of body text. I’m not sure what the rationale is here. I like saving snippets of quotes to my research notes. Yet, the app makes this more difficult. That’s kind of shameful, if you ask me. Opening an article in Safari from the app should be straightforward, but it isn’t. When I tap on the share button, the Copy option puts the article title and URL into the clipboard. What does this do when I paste into the Safari URL bar? Yep, a Web search. “Copy” should store the URL exclusively. Having a button to open directly in a Web browser like Safari would also be useful. Oddly enough, sometimes the Web experience is better, especially if I want to read user comments. Lastly, the sheer amount of white light emanating from the content will gradually burn the retina. I hope the company has dark modes in store for the future.
  • Too many pop up ads

    By B5oe
    Too many pop up ads. Please stop. I pay a significant subscription cost. Enough with the ads!
  • Excellent news source

    By yhoff76
    Great news app!
  • RA

    By RamAyr
    Too many ads interrupt the speed of download and are very distracting. While I like the content, I dislike the app.