Microsoft News

Microsoft News

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2014-12-11
  • Current Version: 3.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 79.78 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 3,352 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Microsoft News App Ratings: 4
4
Based on 3,352 App Reviews
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Microsoft News App Details

Microsoft News delivers breaking news and trusted, in-depth reporting from the world's best journalists.   - Our editors curate the most trusted, important, interesting and trending news - You choose which topics matter most to you. - Microsoft News updates you with notifications of breaking news, quickly and accurately, 24/7 - Sync your preferences across the app and the Web.   Microsoft News works in partnership with hundreds of publishers in dozens of countries globally. Select from editions in more 20 countries, carrying content from 3,000 top brands.   Microsoft News makes it easy to for you to keep informed, to intuitively move from story to story, and from section to section. Our clean design lets you read articles without clutter, with useful features like a dark mode for nighttime reading. Add our widget to your home screen for easy access to breaking news. The app is free to download and use with no limits on how many articles or videos you can view.   Here's what fans say are our best features:   - ""Get all your news in one place good job Microsoft for making it simple yet useful."" - ""Meaningful news. Well organized. Easy to use."" - ""Excellent range of trustworthy sources."" - ""Awesome app which syncs across computer, mobile and tablet."" - ""Best news app out there when it comes to topics and content."" - ""Great all-around news app that collects articles from sources you want."" - ""The only news app I use.""   Among the top news providers partnering with Microsoft News:   News, politics and opinion: The Washington Post, USA TODAY, CBS News, CNN, The New York Times, FOX News, NBC News, The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post, BBC News, The Federalist, The Week   Entertainment, celebrity and gossip: People, Wonderwall, INSIDER, ETtonline, PopSugar, Entertainment Weekly, TheWrap, Variety, Inside Edition, The Hollywood Reporter   Lifestyle: Readers Digest, TODAY, The Daily Meal, GeoBeats, Eat This Not That!, Delish, Good Housekeeping, PureWow, Cheapism, Hello Giggles   Money and investing: Business Insider, CNBC, Bloomberg, 24/7 Wall St., International Business Times, The Wall Street Journal, Money, Lovemoney, The Motley Fool, Forbes   Sports: Larry Brown Sports, For The Win, Sporting News, Sportsnaut, USA TODAY SPORTS, Sports Illustrated, theScore, 12up, The Big Lead, SB Nation, Yardbarker, The Drive

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App Reviews

  • Butterfly logo

    3
    By slimpicken
    I liked the old butterfly msn logo better
  • How do I block Fox Fake News?

    1
    By Cytuttle
    I DO NOT WANT TO SEE fox BS
  • Best so far (for me)

    5
    By Skablaw
    I’ve tried all of the news apps and this one fits the bill for me, personally. The content feeds aren’t psychic - there’s still junk of no interest to me that pops up, but far less so than with Google’s app (which I desperately wanted to love). I find this interface cleaner and it suits the iPhone SE’s smaller screen better than other news apps I’ve used. Given that this is the same engine and leverages the same account as your Windows 10 login you also get a clean, consistent app experience on all of your devices, whereas Google and Apple have no Microsoft Store apps for their versions (understandably) and Google and Apple don’t have apps for their competitor’s mobile platform (also, understandably). Microsoft is the Switzerland of news apps it seems. Hurray, platform agnosticism!
  • MSN

    1
    By heidi1414
    Old app was easier to read, navigate and follow. This is a hot mess.
  • Used to be decent.

    2
    By 0101101z
    The rebranded app now has a big, clunky look, ads masquerading as stories, and the mix of stories I am shown is different— trashy, somehow. MSFT needs to let me choose sources, not subject areas. They have lost me as a user.
  • Way too many sponsored adds

    1
    By HarleyRiderAZ
    Liked the old one, way to many sponsored adds, switching to apple news...
  • Solid update

    5
    By Rwh3rd
    Nice update. It’s smoother and better looking as well as easier to navigate. Additionally there is more control over your content favorites so you don’t need to look hard to find news that interests you.
  • Too much political bias to be taken seriously

    2
    By allnicknamesaretaken846362729
    The look and feel is great. I expected a properly curated app where you can read unbiased and balanced articles about politics. Turns out it’s just another heavily anti presidential sensationalism hub. Truly disappointed, to be honest. I’ll keep searching for the news app that provides balanced coverage.
  • Sponsored stories ruined it

    1
    By MattyKMan
    This used to be MSN News. Basic but functional and free of sponsored stories. Now it looks more like Apple News but the sponsored stories ruin it. I’m switching to Apple News I guess.
  • Behind The Curve

    3
    By Ejaazi
    Microsoft is always behind the curve. The UI is better, but unlike Apple and Google, Microsoft does not let you choose your sources. Big mistake.....

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