Foreign Policy for Mobile

Foreign Policy for Mobile

By Foreign Policy Magazine

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2015-11-02
  • Current Version: 2.0.8
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 38.21 MB
  • Developer: Foreign Policy Magazine
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 590 Ratings


The Foreign Policy for Mobile is designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Read the latest news, analysis and insight from With the FP app, you can: - Read the latest news from Foreign Policy - Search and follow topics of interest - Star a story to read it later - Share stories to Twitter and Facebook as well as with other apps - Have an Apple Watch? All the feeds you follow are available on Apple Watch. Read summaries or entire articles and save stories to read later, all from your wrist. - See the latest story and launch it right from your today screen Login with your account or use the app without logging in. Existing subscribers will have full access to all of the content. Registered users or users that are not logged in can read five articles per month or can purchase a subscription directly from the app through an in-app purchase for unlimited access. Subscription Options: - Digital Access - purchase a subscription and enjoy unlimited access to all articles for $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year (save $12 on monthly subscription) across all devices (Cancel anytime). Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account. You can turn off auto-renew at anytime in your iTunes account settings. For information about our privacy policy, please click here: For more information about our terms of use, please click here:



  • Great content

    By PT6A135
    One does not need to agree to understand that this is well reasoned content
  • Could be better

    By 貓澤東
    I rate it 5 stars because the issues and ideas are critical information, but the app can definitely be improved. Make it more like the New York Times, perhaps even allow comments.
  • Weak app

    By gharman
    A lot to appreciate and share here. But app is extremely limited.
  • Good content, bad interface

    By FP Reader
    The quality of reporting and articles are great. My complaint is the interface is very outdated. The website has many graphics, photos and color in general. This is basically just the text. It also lacks a search feature. I’d like to read on the go and possibly receive notifications via the app not just through email. I’ll have to stick to the website until they update this very basic app. I also noticed there has been only a handful of updates in the last few years, FP obviously is not focused on the app’s quality.
  • An essential resource!

    By Plroos
    Should be read regularly by anyone interested in gaining insight into the international political landscape and the effect of U.S. policy on it.
  • Excellent analysis

    By djhnd
    Offers perspectives that are either hard to find elsewhere, or that make an excellent complement to other sources.
  • Great app on the phone

    By JariHK
    Access to FP articles anywhere on the go. Enjoyable experience!
  • Critics

    By arefhajinia
    Poor in iPhone
  • Weak app, great publication

    By Rmm mm
    Foreign policy magazine is great. But this app is not a magazine. It’s not even a browser. It’s a feed. It gives you articles in more or less chronological order. No headlines, no searching, no customization. Also, no offline reading (New Yorkers like this on subways! And everyone likes it on airplanes!). You’re better off reading FP on a browser. I love good reading apps (NYT, New Yorker). This is not one of them.
  • Awesome app

    By Africa78
    I really really like this app. The articles are reasonably short and to the point... thank you FP.