These snippets news are a great way to start the day and still pack a big punch like their namesake.
Love the app except that it should allow an option for much larger text like in the regular Economist app. Thanks!!!
I really enjoy Espresso every morning. The daily quotation in the last page of every edition is especially welcome. But, it would be helpful for me, and maybe some other readers, to include a brief description of who the author of the quotation was. Many quotations are from authors, politicians and others who may not be as well known to most readers. For example, it would be helpful to have more context about a quote attributed to James Wilson - Scottish economist, founder of the Economist periodical, 1805-1860
I enjoy the daily update on events around the world but I am getting disillusioned by your annoying, and ideologically driven selectivity. For example, in today’s edition you report on an attack on the US Capitol without mentioning his race (black) or his political affiliation (devotion to Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam). Such reticence would not have been on display if the attacker had been a member of the Proud Boys. It is well past time for The Economist to return to critically objective and balanced reporting of facts that has been so obviously lacking since July of 2015. David M. Rowe
I’m paying for a service. Why are there ads in this application?!
The Economist is the best publication on the planet. If you want to learn about this world and know what is going on, you must read the Economist. It’s simply the best!!!!
Espresso gives me quick, detailed and thorough updates on the days news that I can read during a quick lunch. And the daily quote a highlight of my day!
A good fast and engaging read of the upcoming day’s events. It’s a decent compliment to the weekly Economist...
Espresso provides me just the right mix of world news updates and ideas to consider over my morning’s first coffee. Exactly what I was looking for in online briefing.
Espresso is a concise script of world events within 24 hours of each morning's dawn press release. The script is by The Economist. Like an espresso, it preps the reader, in this case with a shot of salient world news.