Free Windows 8 News App: The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal is a free news app available for your Windows 8 and 8.1 desktop. The news app is developed by the Dow Jones & Company, Inc., which is an American publishing firm owned by News Corp.

The Wall Street Journal is in both online news publishing and newspaper publishing. The app of The Wall Street Journal is based on the news feed form the official website of The Wall Street Journal. The app provides live news feed without any delays or interruptions on your Windows 8 and 8.1 desktop.

Windows 8 News App

The layout of the app has been kept really simple. There are no bright colors on any place of the app. The colors of the app are similar to that of the website’s layout. The colors are subtle beige and light cream. Content is laid out nicely with title’s of articles being comparatively big and rest of the content being small yet readable by the user. The article pages are based on the parallax scrolling of sideways like most of the Windows native apps and other apps have.

To toggle the menu and the categories on The Wall Street Journal. The options on the top bar include front section, opinion, marketplace and tech, money and investing, mansion, daily journal, journal report, greater New York and WSJ live.

Windows 8 News App

You can sign in to your The Wall Street Journal’s account in the app to access and sync it with your account easily. There are few features that can be accessed by purchasing the full subscription of The Wall Street Journal. The subscription button is available in the app itself where you can click on it and you will be redirected to the website of The Wall Street Journal to subscribe for it.

Download The Wall Street Journal.