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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EXCELLENT REPORTING FOR EXAMPLE
I have found that the articles that are shared with readers that deal with political issues are expertly presented by The Washington Post (TWP) Not just the content is exemplary, the speed at which the article is presented to readers is of substantial desire. Being interested in our political address at this time takes me to many sources to make a determination of a total knowledge base. Readers will find that a significant number of media sources make “small talk” to attempt to draw the reader into thinking they are receiving a complete source for understanding the legal and political state of issue. Reading TWP first saves the reader time by it not being necessary to media surf to feel the information is complete and correct.
In this Age of not having time to waste, readers will find that TWP is the TOP FLITE of communication. This eliminates the necessity to “speed read” and possibly miss important and imperative points to know they have the perfect understanding of the subject. Readers expect to receive the Best of the Best in many tangible services and products and find TWP to be the Best of the Best in media communication.
I read this every day but...it has issues. Sometimes you click on a story only for another story - the wrong story to appear. They will talk about a video but won’t include the link for it - which is rather annoying. If you click on the picture for the story it will sometimes include other random pictures. The “Good news” isn’t updated often enough - really? It’s that hard to find good things to report? And sometimes the “good news” is depressing. It’s just ok but better than most of the other stuff.
Irrelevant news, too many ads.
Title says it all. There’s too much clickbait for this to be a serious news app, and the news that isn’t clickbait is horribly curated by MSN. Google’s offerings somehow know exactly what articles I’d be interested in, and yet, although I’ve already fed Cortana and Bing a bunch of keywords for my interests and specified what topics to display, they still manage to come up with irrelevant articles.
That being said, it does fit with the theme of fluent design, which I’m a fan of, and it is free, so the price is right. I just wish it was actually better at being a news app, and not another advertising hub.
(That being said, it’s horrifying that Google has scraped so much info into my advertising ID, but this is a case where it’s actually kinda convenient, so, this is alright I guess.)
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Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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