The app and/or website will sometimes take my password sometimes not. If not must reset. THat can be hit or miss. Otherwise content is superb. Rates are very high for one of Medinat Yisrael’s struggling papers due to free paper intrigue. I will probably priced out.
The self criticism opinions are lame but the reporting is 👌🏽😇.
I love Haaretz so I’m giving it a high rating! It won’t get five stars because the app is simple, filled with annoying ads, and frankly the layout and design is quite sophomoric
I support him so I often find myself at odds with your point of view
Talented writers, well researched articles. Timely reports.
Great reporting and coverage of all views in Israel, and dedicated to truth.
I’m So Happy To Find Out More About My Ancestors, But At The Same Time I’m kind Of Sad Of What They’ve Went Through. Their Histories Past Has Taught Me A Lot Of All Of The Pain And Abuse That They’ve Went Through With During World War 2 With Adolf Hitler
Haaretz is proof that Israel is well ahead of the US in what its newspapers can report. This kind of freedom of speech is rare. Americans cannot be as critical of the US or Israel in US papers as Israelis can be of the US and Israel in newspapers such as Haaretz. It would be nice to be able to log in on something other than my iPhone—and not be assaulted by pop-up advertisements before even getting to the headlines, however.
I subscribed to Haaretz, an excellent newspaper, on my iPhone, but that was the only device that it would allow me to log into, not my iPad, nor my iMac, nor my wife’s iPhone through family share. Since I prefer reading on a larger screen than my iPhone, I considered the app unacceptable and unsubscribed.
Criticizing israel should be left to its enemies, heaven knows there are enough of them. Help the israeli left to feel properly proud again of the beleaguered miracle in which they live. As for the app, the constant demands for money make it unusable.