Barrons App Reviews

By Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Jour

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Barrons app review

Barrons App Info

  • 1221 Ratings
  • Price: Free
  • Category: News
  • Updated: Nov 17 2018
  • Version: 5.0.3
  • Size: 100.39 MB
  • Seller: Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Jour
  • © Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Jour

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Customer Reviews of the Barrons App

Another week without access

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Jestrauch's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 9/8/18 8:43 PM

Message asking me to download new version at the App Store, but store indicates I have the latest version, when I try and then re-displays the error message.

Idiots

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Earnings call geek's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 9/23/18 2:00 PM

Thanks to an app “upgrade” I can no longer read Barron’s on my iPad. I can’t even read it using Safari on my iPad, because the website makes me download the app — which doesn’t work!

App still does not work on my iPad

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Jestrauch's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 9/23/18 12:04 PM

This has been ongoing for about four weeks.

Can't use on a iPad

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Bernies 2's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 9/22/18 6:27 PM

My iPad won't open the new version. My iPad is up to date. Worthless to me now

Regressive app updates

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Simbanetwork's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 9/2/18 2:37 PM

Agree completely with the other reviewers that this app seems to bet progressively worse each time. One would think that you can keep it simple and allow readers to enjoy the reading rather than trying to make it fancy and keep introducing new bugs. The latest bug? It keeps telling me to update to the latest app, and yet there are no more updates. I am in an endless loop having tried all possible resets and clearing the cache.

Do Loop - Unable to update

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Jestrauch's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 9/2/18 2:18 AM

Barron's seems to have more glitches than WSJ and NY Times. I was not able to get he app to work this evening.

Terrible product

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Sky dummy's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 9/1/18 3:21 PM

Always problems with this software. The latest is the current infinite loop I'm in When I start app is forces me to update app. I update app and it still forces me to update app. The amount of testing performed before the release of new version was obviously weak as was the quality of the coding in the app There is an arrogance at Dow Jones IT in their wsj and Barron's app. Their paper franchise is so strong they can push low quality apps on their subscribers

New upgraded app will not work

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Sink swim597's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 9/1/18 2:12 PM

The new upgraded Barron's app will not work with older iPads (#2) because the older iPad iOS cannot be upgraded above 9.3.5 and the new app requires at least 10.0. Barron's needs to come up with work around.

Doesn’t Work

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HK Regular's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 8/29/18 2:42 AM

The app constantly prompts you to log in. Upon doing so, if you navigate back to the subscriber only article, you are prevented from viewing it unless you are logged in! The figure in the upper right corner shows you are logged in even as you get the same message that the article is for subscribers only! Useless. Will be canceling my subscription.

Misleading

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Lok3y's Review of Barrons

Reviewed on 8/2/18 1:00 AM

You can get the app for free which is great. But In Order to read an article you have to pay 14.99$ a month. Just make people pay 14.99$ a month for the app. Business ethics people.