The Wall Street Journal has rolled out its own Android Tablet Edition app. Tablet is the keyword as this application is definitely not compatible with Android-based smartphones.
Like WSJ's other mobile apps, the Android Tablet Edition provides full sections from each day’s newspaper (with the ability to save articles and sections for offline reading), market data, full screen video, and other customizable features. Subscribers will also get access to an archive of each day’s print Journal from the previous seven days.
The WSJ Android Tablet Edition app itself is free to download from the Android Market now. But it requires a digital subscription, which costs $3.99 per week. That fee also serves up access to WSJ content on other digital platforms, like WSJ.com and the WSJ Mobile Reader for the iPad, BlackBerry and the iPhone.
If you're already a subscriber to the old-school paper version, you'll get full access to the WSJ Tablet Edition for free for a limited time.
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