For those forty euros a month is too expensive, the English business newspaper Financial Times also offers a stripped-down online subscription.
The new subscription only applies to the newly launched FT Edit mobile app.
FT Edit costs four euros per month. He offers subscribers access to eight new articles every day. In-depth articles, as the newspaper calls it. Journalistic work that takes a lot of time and attention.
“This allows readers to step back and focus. In this way you create space to learn and immerse yourself in the story. FT Edit interrupts the endless news spiral with a slower, more thoughtful approach to the news.”
The Financial Times is launching FT Edit, an exciting new iPhone app.
FT Edit features 8 in-depth articles, hand-picked by our senior editors every weekday. It allows you to read less and understand more. Download it here: https://t.co/P6xPOawQLB pic.twitter.com/kZFKGBkStW
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) March 28, 2022
The iOS version of the app is already outthe Android version not yet.
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Source: Mobile – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.
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