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While there’s always an adjustment period as I learn my way around a new version of a favorite app, I’m not sure I’m going to be able to get past the way this one displays the same articles multiple times on the first page. I liked being able to scroll through a long list of articles on a variety of topics in Top News to get an overview of the day’s happenings. Now I need to link to specific pages to see more than 4-6 articles from a broad area of interest. And of those few, a couple are always repeats from a previous section. My other gripes: the horizontal scrolling at the top of the page for market listings is slower; there’s no way to close the window after you look at details for a stock listing from a watchlist. All that said, I’m hoping CNBC is listening and will improve the usability of this now very attractive app. Really, usability should come first.
For years we have watch CNBC live on our 'tv' provider which cost us big bucks as we live in an area that is even difficult to receive OTA reception. But given the state of the streaming wars and our choices, we terminated our 'provider' and have since downloaded your CNBC app. -- we are now listening to CNBC audio/radio version - better than nothing. Again, for years, we have watched/listed to Joe, Becky and Andrew talk over their guests (which we never understood why they even bothered to have them on since the hosts only want to deliver their opinions). We have put up with the commercials - but thanks to smart TVs, the volume was under control. IT WAS very refreshing to hear the "Judge" yesterday, 11/5 to chastise his co-hosts for being rude and speaking over the rest. Now, since we have been listening to the CNBC RADIO version, the volume that your ads come way too often with a pitch that breaks eardrums (e.g. Subway Sliders, BETR.....need we say more?).It causes us to have to hit the volume down button or more importantly - for your purposes - the delete key. Get the AD volume under control. It should be an easy - required, fix.
Even with “Major Breaking News” as the only alert it includes topics that are NOT. On a Saturday I have now received 2 alerts about Epstein committing suicide in jail. To me, this is not “Major Breaking News” and certainly not worth 2 alerts on a weekend. They do the same thing to announce tweets by various people as well as other items that are not major. They really need another classification for these that can be disabled. It would be nice to be able to configure an alert if an index moved a certain %. Is there a way to receive an alert on a stock in a watch list? As other reviews have pointed out, the same story will also be duplicated throughout various sections. They really need to filter out the dupes. It would also be great to have the option to disable the images both in the story preview list and the article itself (sorry Getty, but the stock photos of traders either shouting or pouting are just pointless).
May have found a bug in latest 5.0.4 update. Swiping along the top of the screen where the indices (US, EU, Asia, etc) and other data (Oil and Metal prices) are displayed is acting strange. If I swipe left or right very (and I mean very) slowly, it will cycle through each one in order (US to EU to Oil to Gold to Bonds to FX to Pre-Market to Asia) But if I swipe at normal speed, mainly to the right, it will always skip over displaying one of the data screens. For example, if I’m looking at Asia market data and swipe to the right at normal speed, instead of going to prior screen data which should be Pre-Market data, it will jump to FX data. And if I swipe right again, it will skip Bonds data and go to Gold data. If I swipe right again, it goes from Gold to EU data, skipping over the Oil data. I have to swipe left to get to the correct data that should have been displayed. And I wish the “Condensed News” view option applied to all the individual news sections and not just to the main page/screen. For example, if I’m in the “Top News” or “Trending Now” section, the pictures are still needlessly too big vs the text displayed underneath requiring unnecessary scrolling. It would be great if the pictures could be made smaller using “Condensed News” option.
The most annoying aspect of the CNBC iOS app Is that it does not provide for background audio, live streaming or otherwise, when navigating away from the CNBC app. I find this extremely frustrating bc I would like to listen to CNBC while doing other tasks. By not addressing user requests for this feature, it appears that CNBC doesn’t really care about it’s user experience. CNBC needs to get some better software app developers and management. The app is quirky, clumsy and buggy in my opinion bc navigation does not work properly, volume levels are inconsistent and do not provide a loud enough range, and videos frequently fail to load and do not play consecutively in full screen mode. On a positive note, I love the CNBC content and breaking news alerts. While many users criticize CNBC as having a liberal bias and for its up to the minute reports on Trump and geopolitical news, I disagree. Such news is indeed relevant and correlated to almost instantaneous market changes.
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CNBC: Stock Market & Business has 303 909 user reviews.
CNBC: Stock Market & Business has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of CNBC: Stock Market & Business (5.3.0) was released on Dec 17, 2019.
You can download CNBC: Stock Market & Business here:.
**NEW & IMPROVED, REDESIGNED, MORE POWERFUL CNBC APP**
CNBC has a new app that brings the world of Wall Street to you with breaking news alerts, watchlists, global market data and CNBC TV. Access the power of CNBC to get the latest business, tech, finance news and more!
Below are some of the new features added for you:
- Daily Live TV Free Preview – Watch a daily free preview of CNBC's live TV stream
- Personalized News Alerts – Choose alerts by category: Technology, Economy and more
- Customizable News
Section – Create your own customized news feed by selecting your favorite topics, and save stories for later
- "For You" News – Personalized recommendations based on your interests
- Quotes – More powerful interactive charts and quote data
- More Watchlists – Add up to 100 watchlists, each with up to 100 quotes
- iPad Multitasking with Picture in Picture - Watch CNBC TV while browsing other apps
- Enhanced Search – Search for companies and add them to your watchlist, or view news - all in one screen
- Podcasts & Live Audio, with CarPlay – Listen to CNBC podcasts and live audio, in the app and in the car with CarPlay
As always, CNBC lets you view pre-market and after-hours trading data, including charts with customizable time frames, indicators and styles.
**Awarded Best Smartphone App (2016 SIPAwards)
Financial News & More
- Free U.S. live stream previews daily to stay informed on stock news and updates
- Live stream news with CNBC TV for up-to-the-minute market information while you’re on the go
- Watch CNBC anytime by streaming full show episodes (U.S. only) and video clips on demand
- Listen to podcasts while browsing news and stock information or while in your CarPlay supported car
Market & Business News Coverage
Get all the news you need in one app with CNBC, including:
- 24-hour coverage of global stock markets
- Top business news
- Economic analysis and official advisor opinions
- Personal finance
- And more
Market Insight & Stocks
- Create and track your favorite company stocks in real-time with custom watchlists
- Real-time stock quotes, interactive charts and customizable time frames help you make smart
- View pre-market and after-hours trading data
- Monitor Cryptocurrencies 24/7
Customized Finance Data & Alerts
- Create customized alerts by category to keep up with the latest market changes
- Edit and customize the news tab to follow topics relevant to your interests
- Customize watchlists for the stocks you follow and sync them across all iOS devices
- Text size adjustments
Download the CNBC app for up-to-the-minute news and insight today.
CNBC PRO - Start your 30-day free trial today!
- Subscribe to CNBC PRO to unlock even more content.
- Monitor live global coverage in various markets.
- Learn from advisers and experts who do it best.
- Uncover big data trends and opportunities.
- Watch by streaming live TV or full show episodes on demand (U.S. only).
- Watch our daytime shows: “Squawk Box,” “Mad Money,” “Closing Bell,” “Halftime Report,” “Power Lunch,” “Fast Money.”
CNBC Pro Prices:
$299.99 annually + 30-day free trial
Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account and will automatically renew through iTunes unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of your current period. You can manage your CNBC PRO subscription through your iTunes account.
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