So many ads , and the only way to read any news is to pay 12.99 per month. NOPE.
Critical perspective on news reporting for an international audience. I read the financial times front to back. Yet, I’m always drawn to the multiple perspectives of this news source. Critical analysis is provided on such a wide array of topics. But, the biggest surprise is the added articles on latest archeological news in the whole area which seems to spring up in every corner. The details on excavation sites has been amazing on the actual artifacts details/history along with current plans and/or modern construction issues. Incredible.
I decided to shell out the $12.99/mo for the subscription but have just cancelled because I'm still getting bombarded with advertising. Not worth it.
Keep up the great work in maligning Israel . Where would we be without you
Guys! Even when I was a paying customer (subscribed), I kept receiving commercials everywhere - that’s why I stopped the subscription. After all, the hassle from the commercials was more than I could take.
Most reliable source of news in these days
Small country, small paper. Great paper. High prices. Sorry too rich for my blood
Small form iPhone app stretched out and black barred (in case of iPad) app pretending to be an iPad app, even when you choose iPad only as a filter, which means they lied in the package code description. For as expensive as it is, just go to the tablet news website and turn that into a saved homepage bookmark/web app, as the Haaretz website couldn’t serve for mobile if you tried. These peeps have fantastic news, and that’s what the positive reviews here are about; BUT that’s deceiving (because people seem to be pretty dumb), these reviews are supposed to be on the app, and the app IS HORRIBLE!
Every time I click on the app it starts to load and then a secondary page pops up as blank and kicks me out of the app. You have no idea how badly I want to get this news from Israel.
While Haaretz is informative, they don’t inform you that you will have to buy different subscriptions for different devices. I bought a subscription on my iPhone and it wouldn’t work with my Haaretz iPad app. Then, on top of that they don’t give you a refund when you complain. A rip off.