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 353 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:



  • Poor App, OK Content

    By TonytheTiger7
    I got the app because I usually read the magazine but lose it before finishing (if you ride the Metro Red Line, maybe it’ll be your lucky day). The app is very basic and doesn’t have iPhone X support yet. Not terrible, just not polished. Sometimes I find that the app stories are published very quickly and contain typos. Good writing, just maybe give your copy editor some more coffee.
  • Great content poor UI/UX

    By tomest05
    Hi FP, Been a subscriber for over 10 years on and off. And while I love the content and always appreciate the in-depth reporting and FP analysis; the iOS App is a poor platform for displaying your great works. The FP website is much better. The app lacks any decent elastic search capability, the fact I cannot look up articles by title or author easily is disturbing for a 2018 media-based app. My “starred”/saved articles seem to disappear without notice when I review them. The processing and loading of articles is timely nothing like my other media apps such as NY times , Wash Post, WSJ, or Medium. There are a lot of UI lessons to be learned from those for FP app. The ability to subscribe only by defined topics instead of user defined is also a poor way to push info to user. Simple topics like “intelligence” or “security cooperation” don’t appear to exist. The ability for user defined tags to articles would also be a benefit to the app. And help crowd source your search engine and parameters. Also the app doesn’t appear to display the amazing graphics from the website and magazine for which FP is famous. A lack of info graphics and save them to a user’s device seems like a necessary fix for any media app. Again FP’s content is amazing but how it is disseminated in the app is disappointing. I look forward to app updates and am hoping the app catches up with the highly renown website and magazine. Cheers
  • Why can’t I access the contents??

    By ppongme
    I subscribed to FP on my iPad. I would like to access the app through my phone, but it doesn’t work. So I tried re-joining, but it says my e-mail account is alredy in the system and asks that I go to the manage subscription page. I go there and it takes me back to the create account page. Wut?? I e-mailed the customer service but I have no reply. As of now I’m waiting for my subscription to end. Anyhow I’m very frustrated at what’s going on. Otherwise I’m satisfied with the app and the contents.
  • Good source

    By Fadekfadeky
    To those who look for true news, this is the right place
  • The only one Worth my time to read

    By PT6A135
    Intelligent commentary is almost otherwise not existent
  • Indispensable

    By Gov_Mule
    FP is an oasis in today's policy debate desert. As a former DoD Iran expert, only a comprehensive strategic approach with our allies can begin to pull back the tentacles of the Iranian octopus. Yet, Iran is not going anywhere soon with its 3000 year old culture and strategic location over the Gulf. All too often, the underlying assumption of our Congress is a dim wish that Tehran would just 'go away.' Dr. Kissinger said it most succinctly: Iran has to choose whether "it is a country or a cause." The US must oppose the effects of the cause, while engaging the country as a whole. A policy prescription of the first order, requiring the long view. The perspective of FP's authors harks back to an earlier era, where all elements of national power were often - but not always - quasi integrated into a rough campaign. The sooner we return the job of regional influence back to the interagency experts, informed by the deep bench of our excellent foreign policy shops around town (Yes, I mean DC) l , all the better.
  • Great App

    By Kitschygypsy
    Lots of terrific content updated frequently. Best news app out ther!
  • Best in class

    By 3x4z
    Not like other political appS Gem of my appS
  • Laughable liberals

    By SkellySean
    A majority of the contributors on this are laughable on how far left they lean. I was hoping for a non partisan news source but I guess this is not the source for that.
  • Great articles- not so great app

    By Claudiah1228
    The articles and reporting are phenomenal, I'm happy to be a paid subscriber. However, the app sorely needs an update. You can't save articles or set alerts.