Espresso from The Economist

Espresso from The Economist

By The Economist

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  • Category News
  • Release Date 2014-11-05
  • Current Version 3.20.0
  • File Size 47.62 MB
  • Links Google Play


Espresso from The Economist is the faster, smarter way to know the news. Power through the world’s top stories in the time it takes to have a cup of coffee, with incisive analysis updated throughout the day. Manage your time effectively with a concise global summary, a personalised selection of longer reads from The Economist and easily absorbable extras. Espresso is well-balanced to complement your lifestyle. You can listen to the audio versions of articles or stretch your mind with enjoyable extras such as facts, charts and a daily quiz. Try Espresso today free for seven days. Subscriptions start from just £7.99/$7.99/€12.99 per month. What you’ll get: • Top stories for quick analysis • “The World in Brief” news summary updated three times a day • Five short articles offering finishable quick reads and analysis on critical developments • Audio versions of articles to enjoy hands-free • A zingy blend of Figure of the day, Quote of the day and Chart of the day • Selected stories from the weekly edition in the “For you” tab • Daily quiz to tickle your grey cells Features: • Time to read highlighted on each article • Adjustable text size • Personalise your topic preferences • Dark mode for more comfortable reading • Mobile and tablet-compatible Subscribing in-app: • Subscribe in-app and take advantage of our seven-day free trial • You will not be charged until the end of the 7 day free trial • Payment is charged to your iTunes account upon confirmation of purchase • Your subscription will continue to auto-renew until you cancel • Payment will be taken on the day before the new billing period. This will be on a monthly or yearly basis, depending on the plan you chose • You can cancel at any time by going to My account in Settings and selecting Manage my subscription and following the instructions • Full terms of use can be found at • Our privacy policy can be found at


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