Microsoft has released its entire suite of MSN apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Amazon’s Kindle. The suite consists of five apps including MSN News, Money, Health & Fitness, Food & Drink, and Sports.
It was only earlier this year that Microsoft had unveiled a new MSN that was built from ground up for mobiles. The MSN News app provides content from some of the top sources around the world, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, CNN and AOL in the United States. Other regional sources include NDTV and Hindustan Times in India, Le Monde in France, the Telegraph in the United Kingdom and more.
The Sports app provides live scores and in-depth details about games for over 150 leagues worldwide. Other features of the app include 200 different news sources, galleries, videos and more. The MSN Money app provides users with access to financial news and data, and allows them to track their favorite stocks, mutual funds, investment vehicles, and more.
The MSN Health & Fitness app allows users to track their diets and exercises, and provides access to hundreds of workout videos. It also provides users with suggestions for diet and symptoms for potential illness. The app also connects to Apple’s in-built Health app, along with Microsoft’s own Health & Fitness service.
The MSN Food & Drink app provides users with access to thousands of how-to videos to improve their culinary skills, and also provides them with a shopping list to add their ingredients.
Microsoft will also launch a MSN Weather app that will provide users with current conditions, daily and weekly weather summaries, receive breaking alerts, radar maps and more.
Users will have to sign up with their MSN account to use these apps, which in turn allows the data to be synced across different platforms.