Foreign Policy for Mobile

Foreign Policy for Mobile

By Foreign Policy Magazine

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2015-11-02
  • Current Version: 3.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 32.67 MB
  • Developer: Foreign Policy Magazine
  • Compatibility: iOS 11.0+
Score: 4.68
4.68
From 1,211 Ratings

Description

For 50 years, Foreign Policy has helped its readers dive well below the headlines, anytime, anywhere, to examine the latest policy developments with rigorous analyses and award-winning journalism. It’s the edge Foreign Policy subscribers use every day to sustain the influence they need. FP provides critical updates on all things global affairs. We help explain the ins and outs of how foreign policy decisions are being made—and, just as importantly, who is making them. With the new FP mobile app, you can: - Access all the latest news and analysis from Foreign Policy. - Search topics of interest. - Favorite a story to read it later. - Receive alerts and get notified of the latest content published by FP. - Share stories to Twitter and Facebook as well as with other social networks. Already a Foreign Policy subscriber? Login to the mobile app with your Foreign Policy account. Existing FP subscribers have full access to all content. Not a subscriber? Get instant and unlimited access to the Foreign Policy mobile app directly through in-app purchase. Subscription options: Via in-app subscription, enjoy unlimited access to Foreign Policy articles for $19.99 per month across devices. Cancel anytime. Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year, and your credit card will be charged through your App Store account. You can turn off auto-renew at anytime in your App Store account settings. For information about our privacy policy, please click here: https://foreignpolicy.com/privacy For more information about our terms of use, please click here: https://foreignpolicy.com/termsofuse

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Reviews

I like it but…

4
It’s a great app and I’ve been reading FP on and off since the 90’s. I just got an email they are bumping me from 60 for a year to 199….It’s good but not enough content to justify a tripling of my cost.
By Critical Narrativist

must pay for content

1
The app is free but you must pay for access to any content.
By uhgrfjk

Poor app design

3
The fact this app is not designed to be full screen on iPad blows my mind.
By aalsulaiti1404

Nigh on useless

3
I love this publication. But the app is frustratingly sparse. Articles I find in Twitter don’t appear in the app where I can save for reading later. The search function doesn’t yield the name of an author who published an article today. It doesn’t yield the subject of that article in anything written after 2018. When I open the app with multiple notification badges, it doesn’t indicate which articles triggered the alert. Every menu lists the same four uninformative options containing the same content. Must do better.
By CMW

Please support dark mode.

3
Great content but please consider supporting dark mode. Bright background hurts my eyes.
By Fory1992

Where are Power Maps in app?

2
I love the content of the Foreign Policy but it would be great to access Power Maps from the app.
By Far Echo

App great for old people...

3
But not for us younger folks! The UI is MASSIVE and only fits two stories on a screen, which is especially bad on my iPhone 11. I feel like it treats me like I’m blind. Please give us the option to make things smaller and fit more on a page. All the buttons are awkwardly sized and make me think it’s a poor quality port from older, smaller iPhones. The bottom navigation bar is useless. Feels like it was done by a single programmer quickly, rather than by a professional. This review is for the APP not the content.
By Criticalcritic666

Needs UI/UX improvements

3
Quality content but the app needs work - especially for how expensive a subscription is. Its not terrible or unstable but it feels old and sluggish with a poor use of screen real estate, barely passing for a typical news app from 5 years ago. Now that that the bar for what passes as a solid news app is higher (looking at you The Economist, WSJ, NYT, Atlantic, Guardian, etc) I would hope they update their UI/UX to keep with the times. I find myself doing most of my FP reading on their website because of this.
By BriPsi

Recommendation

2
We need please to make your essays for free
By Al Taei

App is Fantastic

5
Haven't yet validated the quality of the content yet; as a fiscal conservative, I'm politically neutral and prefer to have my news unbiased, so I came here seeking an alternative to the WP and WSJ; so I'm a new subscriber on that front... BUT, I can definitely say, the quality of the app is superior for sure. The only thing that would be nice, is to be able to highlight certain aspects of an article, like I used to be able to in other apps with subscriptions at this high of a price point. It's not cheap to subscribe at approx $27/mo USD, esp if you go through iTunes, but fair news and a solid app without a crap-ton of ads is more important to me than Starbucks; so hey, to each - their own.
By stddef

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