The Economist App for Windows 8, 10 Fixes Start-up Bugs
We’ve talked about the official The Economist app as early as last month, when we talked about an update which brought speed improvements and now yet another update has made its way in the Windows Store.
If you have downloaded The Economist app on your Windows 8 device, then you’re probably enjoying top-notch content in business and financial matters. And if you haven’t yet, then follow the link at the end of the article to get it. According to the the updated changelog of the app, the latest update of the addresses an occasional issue where the app would not start up on a slow network. And I know this has happened to quite a number of users, after going through their feedback on the Windows Store. It’s good that the developers took care of this annoying problem.
The Economist app for Windows 8 comes with improved loading
The app is free to download and includes free access to the editor’s picks – a weekly selection of articles from each week’s edition of The Economist. Digital and print subscribers to The Economist receive unrestricted access to each week’s full print edition by signing in with their economist.com e-mail address and password. Non-subscribers can register for an economist.com account to read the free editor’s picks. The Economist is a weekly international news and business publication, offering clear reporting, commentary and analysis on world current affairs, business, finance, science and technology, culture, society, media and the arts.
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