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The Economist Espresso is a daily morning news briefing from the editors of The Economist. Delivered to your smartphone before breakfast, it tells you what’s on the global agenda for the coming day. Espresso summarises the latest news and highlights the most important stories of the day ahead in business, finance and politics.

* A morning news briefing from the editors of The Economist

* Published six days a week (Monday - Saturday)

* Available by 6am with separate regional editions for the Americas, Europe and Asia

* Free access for 30 days for new readers. Espresso subscriptions start from just £4.99/$4.99 per month. If you have an existing digital subscription to The Economist simply log in.

Espresso distils the latest global news and provides bite-sized analysis of the biggest stories of the coming day. Delivered first thing in the morning and taking less than ten minutes to read, it is the ideal way to inform yourself for the day ahead.

Espresso is part of The Economist newspaper, which offers award-winning global analysis of everything from business, finance and politics to science, technology and economics. The Economist covers every region of the world, including the United States, Britain, Europe, Asia and Latin America. All of our daily and weekly analysis is available via The Economist app (search for 'The Economist').

New readers can try Espresso for free for the first 30 days. Subscriptions to Espresso start from just £4.99/$4.99 per month.


* Subscribe in-app and take advantage of our free-trial offer

* At the end of the 30-day trial period, a subscription will automatically commence at the standard monthly rate

* You will be charged in your local currency at the prevailing exchange rate as defined by Google Play. Payment is charged to your Play account upon confirmation of purchase

* All subscriptions automatically renew. Your account will be charged 24 hours before the renewal date, at a cost of GBP £4.99 / USD $4.99 / EUR €4.99 / HK $23.00 a month

You can cancel your subscription from your Play account settings at any time but you must turn off auto-renewal at least 24 hours before the end of the current period to avoid being charged again

* Full terms of use can be found at www.economist.com/legal/terms-of-use

* Our privacy policy can be found at www.economist.com/privacy

Try Espresso today for 30 days free.

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lable: News & Magazines - Apps Current Version:1.10.4 Publish Date:2021-03-03 Developer:The Economist Newspaper Limited

User Reviews


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Caitlin Vanasse 2018-12-12

Well, The Economist has finally succeeded where other news organizations have failed by getting me to subscribe. Espresso is 5 short news summaries of important stories from around the world, often government or business focused, and a handful of one paragraph bite sized pieces. It gives me a broad perspective, makes me feel smart and well informed, and can be read quickly on the bus or while eating. If you\'re in the fence, download the app and try their one article a day free version. See how long it takes you to upgrade to the full trial.
Bart VanH 2019-07-20

I am not sure what the criteria are for featuring articles in this app, but many of them are just plain rubbish (an article about a snail race in England, or about a writers old suitcases, anyone?) and it\'s simply too much UK focused (totally not interested in UK news....). I like the Economist magazine (although it suffers the same problems, but to a much lesser extent) but Espresso simply is too \'cheap\'.
Vladlen Koltun 2019-05-11

I’ve been a subscriber of The Economist for more than a decade. I recently renewed my subscription in the new iPad app, and discovered that I can no longer access The Economist content on the Web or on Android devices. There was no disclaimer, no warning, not indication whatsoever that I will only be able to access my subscription on iOS devices. Is this a ploy to double-charge your subscribers, trying to get readers to pay for the same content separately on iOS and Android? Shameful.
Richard Jacobs 2020-11-04

Great daily, and up to the minute high quality commentary on a range of world issues. Able to be personalised to a preferred region of the world. Only complaint: I cannot suspend my print edition of the economist and still get this. It\'s when I am away from home, & suspending my mail economist to avoid mail pileup, that I need this most.
A Google user 2018-12-10

Great for distilled world news for the time poor i.e. 5 minutes of key world news 6 out of 7 days is achievable but reading The Economist is not (for me). Would give it 5 stars if articles could be saved in evernote or another app.
David Salazar 2020-07-10

Simple and efficient UI. Great and concise information about relevant daily news. One thing that could be improved is the navigation between the news of different days.
Eakan Gopalakrishnan 2018-10-30

Excellent complementary app for the Economist. Unlike the twice a month magazine, this app provides condensed concise daily news from around the world that matters. Beautiful, elegant and simple. Even does cross referencing to The economist articles. My day starts with this shot of espresso besides the real one in a cup.
Rich Smith 2018-11-27

Great app and one of my favorite parts of having an Economist subscription. That said, very annoying to be served ads after already paying for a service. Pick one - ads or subscription. Both is greedy.
Celia Magro 2018-11-13

I have a subscription to the Economist. It provides thoughtful analysis. The Espresso app is part of my subscription. The coverage avoids partisan hysteria.
A Google user 2019-01-18

I don\'t understand why we pay subscription and still have to put up with ads! I\'m not particularly eager to look at a snake every other day, re the Cyber AI advert. Not exaggerating, I literally have to avert my eyes. Make it stop, please. That being said, I really enjoy being able to read condensed versions of all the major stories daily. It\'s very convenient.