Microsoft has been in the news business for more than 23 years, with MSN to first appear in 1995. Today, the announced Microsoft News, the new name for Microsoft's news engine and a redesigned Microsoft News app for iOS and Android.
p>Microsoft News also powers news on Microsoft Edge, the News app in Windows 10, Skype, Xbox and Outlook.com.
Microsoft News uses the approach of curating news via publishing partnerships, human editors, and AI. Mcirosoft works with more than a thousand publishers and more than 3,000 brands in all major global markets - like USA Today, The New York Times, FOX News, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Le Monde, Die Welt, El Pais, BBC News, Kyodo News, and many more - to aggregate news, videos, photos and other content and deliver it for free.
Microsoft News makes allows you to personalize your news experience by prioritizing your favorite topics on MSN.com or selecting interests to follow in your news feed on the Microsoft Edge Start page and Microsoft's apps on Windows 10, iOS and Android. Microsoft also enabled its publishing partners to connect with new audiences and earn money for their content at a time when that is crucial to the survival of the industry.
The redesigned Microsoft News app for iOS and Android is available today. The app makes it easy to get news wherever you are, focused on the topics you care about most. You can
tailor interests to follow in your news feed - such as World News, Personal Finance, Fitness and many more - and to roam interests across devices and local news options for top cities. You can also configure breaking news alerts and the news format offers smooth and continuous reading.