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Microsoft News replaces MSN, application launched for both iOS and Android

by Samuel OnyikeJune 21, 2018

Microsoft News – Microsoft  has launched a rebranded news app for both iOS and Android phones. You may be wondering what happened to Windows phones, well read this.

Microsoft news is the new name for Microsoft’s new engine that powers MSN, windows 10 and Microsoft Edge.

The windows brand today launched Microsoft news  that you can call a remake from the old MSN. The application looks to replace MSN in both android and Apple phones but the website still remains MSN.com. MSN is a news curation website that was launched wayback 1995, sourcing content from over 3000 premium publishers. MSN on a daily basis receives up to 100,000 news content which are carefully selected by the help of an A.I to determine it’s freshness and quality. The moved to 800 editors worldwide for content curation.

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Microsoft news app on mobile phones gives the same feature like the desktop version. Modern user interface could be noticed as the application is designed to give a better experience. You get to customise your feed, follow selected news categories like world news, fashion, tech etc. Breaking news alert can also be customised to notify you, so that you stay abreast of the latest happenings. Take dark theme as a bonus.

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“Microsoft News is the new name for our news engine that powers familiar sites like MSN.com, and our newly redesigned Microsoft News app for iOS and Android,” says Rob Bennett, editor-in-chief of Microsoft News. “Microsoft News also powers news on Microsoft Edge, the News app in Windows 10, Skype, Xbox and Outlook.com.”

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About The Author
Samuel Onyike
Epigrammatic tech-savvy writer. He loves to write on the ever changing technology topics and sees the human mind as the first virtual reality. Samuel doesn't need a manual to use a device even for the first time. He'll beat you in football games.

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