Microsoft Introduces Redesigned MSN, Will Release Suite of MSN Apps for iOS

Microsoft Introduces Redesigned MSN, Will Release Suite of MSN Apps for iOS

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Microsoft has introduced a redesign MSN portal and announced that it will release a suite of MSN apps for iOS to complement its corresponding Windows and Windows Phone apps.

We have rebuilt MSN from the ground up for a mobile-first, cloud-first world. The new MSN brings together the world’s best media sources along with data and services to enable users to do more in News, Sports, Money, Travel, Food & Drink, Health & Fitness, and more. It focuses on the primary digital daily habits in people’s lives and helps them complete tasks across all of their devices. Information and personalized settings are roamed through the cloud to keep users in the know wherever they are.

The top of the MSN homepage adds a new 'Services Stripe' for easy access to Outlook, Office, OneNote, OneDrive, Maps, Facebook, Twitter, Music and Skype. Other features include productivity tools like shopping lists, a savings calculator, a symptom checker, a 3D body explorer, and more. Categories and interests can be reordered to reflect your tastes.

Here's what Microsoft had to say about its upcoming MSN apps for iOS:

"In the coming months, we will release a suite of MSN apps across iOS and Android to complement our corresponding Windows and Windows Phone apps. You only need to set your favorites once, and your preferences will be connected across MSN, Cortana, Bing and other Microsoft experiences. Whether it is your watchlist of stocks in MSN Money, your favorite sports teams in MSN Sports, or your recipe collections in MSN Food & Drink, those things will always be with you at your PC at work, on your iPad in the living room, or on your Android phone when you are on the go."

We'll let you know when these apps become available. For now, you can check out the new MSN at the link below...

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Microsoft Introduces Redesigned MSN, Will Release Suite of MSN Apps for iOS
Apple idiot - September 8, 2014 at 10:36pm
at least Microsoft change things around a bit. Apple in the other hand, samething over and over every year.
iFedUp - September 8, 2014 at 9:21pm
lol. No single comment. MS, we are sorry, we just don't bother about you and your products anymore.
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