Microsoft works with more than a 1,000 "premium publishers" and more than 3,000 news organizations around the world for its news platform. It's effectively a rebrand of the company's existing MSN News app.
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The Microsoft News app has been completely redesigned into a lightning fast, modern and attractive experience.
According to Microsoft, more than 100,000 pieces of content are submitted to the Microsoft News engine, which is then processed by AI to determine the contents freshness, category, topic type, photos to pair with the content, and potential popularity. Plus, as with a lot of apps now, you will be able to use a dark theme so you can read easier at night. Here's the thing: While Microsoft repeatedly mentions that humans have the final say in what will appear on the News app and its web versions, that isn't a silver bullet for destroying online echo chambers. The update also brings a new dark theme, simplified widgets for both the operating systems, a new continuous reading experience, and increased control over breaking news alerts. "Many of our editors have extensive backgrounds in media and journalism and have worked at a variety of news organizations including The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Globe and Mail, Newsday, NBCSports.com, Seattle Times, Asahi Shimbun and Associated Press". You can try it now by grabbing the free app from Google Play and the App Store. For those who will use it, let us know how it compares to other news aggregation apps like Google News, Flipboard, etc. After switching to the curated news model, Microsoft delivered more than $600 million back to publishers through advertising revenue.