The Economist Classic US

The Economist Classic US

By The Economist

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-09-30
  • Current Version: 4.2.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 23.04 MB
  • Developer: The Economist
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 33,745 Reviews)
  • Price:
The Economist Classic US App Ratings: 4.5
Total 33,745 Reviews

The Economist Classic US App Description

The Economist weekly magazine, digital edition Users on iOS 10.3 or above can explore an expanded version of this app, incorporating daily and weekly updates, along with a morning briefing by searching for ‘The Economist’. Readers can access their essential global briefing on current affairs, business, finance, economics, science, technology and the arts from The Economist each week. Download the free app to: • Enjoy three free articles a week, including the cover leader • Enjoy the content of the weekly newspaper in an easy-to-use format • Save articles to read offline later • Get alerts when the new issue is available along with notifications on cover stories, breaking news and analysis. • Subscribe within the app and get full access to and The Economist apps • Share articles via e-mail, Twitter and Facebook • The app presents a great digital native reading experience for readers allowing for font size changes, Night Mode and other convenient user friendly qualities. In today’s changing world, the one thing that’s certain is uncertainty. Make sense of it all with The Economist. SUBSCRIBING IN-APP • Purchase a quarterly subscription to the full edition of The Economist for USD $45.99 or an annual subscription for USD $189.99. • Subscribe annually, quarterly or buy a single issue. You will be charged in your local currency at the prevailing exchange rate as defined by iTunes. • Payment is charged to your iTunes account upon confirmation of purchase. • Annual and quarterly subscriptions automatically renew. You can manage auto-renew of your subscription from your iTunes account settings at any time, but must be turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period to avoid being charged again. • The app may offer a free trial. At the end of the free trial period, the full price of the subscription will be charged thereafter. Cancellations must occur 24 hours before the end of the subscription period to avoid being charged. Visit for more information. • Full terms of use can be found at ALSO AVAILABLE ON IPAD Simply search for The Economist in the App Store to download the app for free. Please note that this app requires iOS 8.0 and above. We recommend you update to the latest version of iOS to receive the best possible experience.


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The Economist Classic US App Reviews

  • Engaging and Insightful

    By Mchi2015
    I have never been as compelled to read articles as I have with the Economist. I generally find other sources’ news/opinion articles not engaging and thus not compelling to try to read, but the Economist has been intellectually stimulating. I find it a good mix of theory, thoughtfulness, awareness, and relative objectivity. It’s a refreshing changed from our current cultural climate of dogmatic partisanship. The app itself functions well and is user friendly.
  • Best economic and geopolitical publication

    World class for breadth, depth and balance.
  • Terrible customer service

    By paul sanwald
    I paid for a yearly subscription, and lost access to the app. After 6 weeks of talking with customer service, they can not restore my access or give me a refund. Apple will not give a refund for subscriptions after a certain period of time, despite it being a yearly subscription. I wouldn’t recommend this app to anyone.
  • Best News Source Out There

    By MetalAuthority
    The Economist is thorough, fair and pleasantly rid of the emotional hair-pulling most news has become; a refreshing willingness to ponder questions without easy answers, and where they do provide an opinion, it is well reasoned, stated openly, and empirically supported. Support news worth of supporting! Read The Economist!
  • Updated print edition?

    By svordidas
    I was interested to read about the recent update to the print edition in light of the fact that the app hasn’t even been updated for iPhone X, which came out over a year ago (the notch covers the text). Also the text size options only range from very large to comically gigantic, and can’t be set to adjust dynamically to the iOS settings. Images and charts are low quality and not interactive like with the New York Times digital edition. Enabling this functionality would be great for their new “Graphic Detail” section which, in its current static form, is completely pointless. Confusingly, some images can be selected and rotated, zoomed in, etc., while others can’t. The iPad version is an unimaginative wall of scrolling text that utterly fails to capture any of the design aesthetic of the magazine. It’s like they literally just copy+pasted it into a text file. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Economist and have been reading it every week since 2006 but they are falling seriously behind in the digital transition.
  • Ads

    Why do I pay for an Economist subscription and still get ads on the app?
  • One of a small list of International publications that is Trustworthy.

    By TechPhilosophy
    I’ve been reading the Economist since 1978, when I moved to London to work. I have changed significantly since that time, and I mean philosophically. But I still enjoy their expertise that is not poisoned by American politics. I’m retired but writing and have always enjoyed learning about economics, especially international theory. I don’t get the planner anymore. If you want to know what the hell is going on in the world, The Economist probably had a feature on it a few years ago. Seriously, they had one on Loyds of London increasing their premiums to reflect higher natural disasters due to global warming 20 yrs ago? I have never heard this mention in the US. Doesn’t make climate change a hoax. The other feature was on the disappearing usefulness of men. Published long before white men started killing themselves and others. I don’t know if the is even a correlation but I have 3 adult sons and they agree that women kick men’s butts in work efforts, emotional intelligence and healthy living including exercise. Plus they look so much better than men. May they continue the good work.
  • Essential Reading

    By JAM9798
    In a busy life, we need a go to source for world news written with perspective and smarts. It’s important to push ourselves to learn more about things outside our daily lives. Each week I get surprises too. The Economist is my go to. Thx.
  • Amazing content. Terrible functionality.

    By Rss25722005
    The economist is the best news outlet. Hands down for objectivity. But the app is absolutely awful. Freezing, laggy and bad.
  • Issues with navigation / downloads

    By banifa
    The app keep deleting issues. The message saying that “you are running low on disk and we have deleted issues to save space” is bogus. I have 250gb with 209gb available! Please fix Navigation: it is hard to find an article when someone knows the magazine. You have to scroll down to find a section. It used to be easier.