Microsoft to redesign all Bing apps and bring them under the MSN
Microsoft Network better known as MSN is undergoing a renovation, which could be coming to phones and tablets near you in the not so distant future. All Bing apps are being rebranded by Microsoft and will be brought under the MSN for iOS, Windows and Android operating systems.
MSN was founded in 1995 as an online service for Windows 95 operating system. But, over the years it has developed into vast portal which is used for various Microsoft services such as Hotmail, MSN messenger, outlook. Apart from all the services, MSN also provides updates on weather, sports, entertainment and other news in over 55 countries.
The website is currently in beta form and the MSN brand name will be integrated into all of the Bing apps which come preloaded in all Windows 8 and other Windows devices soon. The apps will provide personalized content from various services such as Guardian, the Telegraph, the Independent and Sky News in the UK; CNN, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal in the US; the Asahi Shimbun and the Yomiuri Shimbun in Japan; Hindustan Times and NDTV in India; Le Monde and Le Figaro in France; and Lance and Estadão in Brazil.
Apart from that MSN will also have a bar called the “Me Stripe” which provides shortcuts to various social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter and also to services such as the OneDrive and Outlook.com
You can also customize what you want to view in the apps and can select from topics such as news, fitness, sports, health and a lot more. Also, the changes that you apply in your mobile apps will automatically be applied in your pc.