Microsoft Releases Tech Companion App for iPhones

Microsoft Releases Tech Companion App for iPhones

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Microsoft has released the Microsoft Tech Companion app for iPhone which offers users news on its products, features, and upcoming events.

Customize feeds to surface the content that matter most to you. Search for answers from a consolidated database of Microsoft content.

Key features:
Access news and topics from virtually anywhere using either your Phone or Tablet.

Stay up-to-date with news and events that interest you
•Customizable feeds – Define feeds around products, terms, features, and functions. Turn them into live tiles that alert you with updates and customize the tiles with a splash of color
•Bookmarks – Save a specific news topic, library article or blog in the application to easily find it again in the future (and be alerted when it has been updated)
•Streaming news – Microsoft news, events, you name it; it all streams to the app’s news reader
•Always with you – Sign in with your Microsoft ID and your settings will sync to every device installed with the app

Search Microsoft all at once
•Search through blogs, wikis, and library topics
•Filter results by source and/or product and version
•Save your searches for future reference
•Stay up-to-date on a specific subject that interests you. Turn your searches into custom feeds
•Share content with friends and colleagues

You can download Microsoft Tech Companion for iPhones from the App Store for free.

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RR - March 7, 2014 at 3:53am
The UI really sucks, why don't Microsoft refer the UI standards and trends in market, while developing app. Pooh.
James - March 6, 2014 at 8:14am
This app looks exactly the same as springtomize
Apple Sauce - March 6, 2014 at 3:45am
nice, now watch apple try to do something like that.
Nat - March 6, 2014 at 4:02am
Why would they do that?
Microsoft - March 5, 2014 at 8:55pm
*mocks Mac iPhone and iPad like we have everything* *still making apps for iDevices*
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