Microsoft yesterday unveiled a first look at the new version of MSN in India. According to the company, the new website has been built keeping a mobile and cloud based environment in mind. It will contain information from media outlets all over the world along with productivity tools for users. It will be available on all major device platforms, including iOS, Android and Windows.
First look at the new MSN for India.
The company has given out the link to the first look at the website, inviting users to try out the website.
MSN on mobile.
Further, MSN has partnered with companies like The New York Times, Yomiuri Shimbun and Asahi Shimbun in Japan, The Telegraph and The Guardian in the UK, Le Monde and Le Figaro in France and Lance and Estadao in Brazil. Content partners from India include Hindustan Times, India Today, NDTV, Network 18 and Indian Express.
Microsoft has also integrated other services like OneDrive, Skype, Outlook, Facebook and Twitter into the new MSN. In addition, users also have the option to follow various topics of their own choosing and track new information, which will be put on top for them.
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