I use watchlist! Clear to check out individual stocks & charts!
Are they broadcasting incidents or the app’s fault???
I can’t choose my own fonts. Am limited to the small font that is offered. Even Extra large size isn’t enough to read. Kindle offers my own fonts.
I wish that the app wouldn’t be clogged with advertising. You pay $34/month for a subscription and you still get annoying ads. I also found the app to be slow in loading pages. Very slow almost unusable on a slower iPad.
Need dark mode
The overwhelming ads per hour and shockingly bad interface with any car’s Bluetooth makes it hard to rip up the script and enjoy the high quality content. Seriously - I get a call and have to listen to the same gateway ads from Jay Farner again and again. Huge fan and user of the terminal and TV. RIP Bloomberg Radio Plus app
This app is now telling me I have exceeded my free articles and need to purchase a subscription to read what is given out for free on their website. Its a shame- this used to be my go to news source but this app isnt worth paying for a subscription to use- especially the STRAIGHT UP CRAZY FEE they want per month. Bloomberg wants to charge monthly more than my gym, more than I pay for any other subscription. I cant believe anyone would actually pay $35 a month for a news site (or any site honestly).
Too hard for me to read. How can i increase the font and contrasts. Other apps are easy to read and adjust.
The app background activity consumes more energy than hour long video calls. On top of it, paywalled articles make it completely useless
Application allows for 5 free articles a month, demanding significant fee for full access. And that’s despite the fact that the app is filled with commercial advertisements. What’s even more frustrating is the overly sensitive interface, which often leads to article being open, while user simply attempting to scroll down, thus reducing the free article count. Unfortunately, the app has very little to offer in terms of value or original reporting with roughly 80% of articles being simple reprints of other financial news sources.