AppyGeek App for Windows 8, 10 Now with Multiscreen Support
AppyGeek has initially launched for iOS and Android users as one of the best tools to keep up with the growing amount of tech news. Released a few months ago in the Windows Store, it now welcomes some much needed improvements.
AppyGeek is enjoying the same success on the Windows Store, as on other mobile platforms. And with the release of universal apps, you can download AppyGeek by following the link at the end of the article only once and use it on your Windows Phone device, as well. The app comes with a really small size of around one megabyte and is available absolutely for free. It works on Windows 8, 8.1 touch and desktop devices, as well as on Windows RT. You can use it to create your own news channels and follow only the topics that interest you.
The latest version, 3.0, of AppyGeek brings some much needed updates and new features – an overhauled user interface for easier navigation, full Windows 8.1 support, multiscreen support and various other bug fixes and small improvements and optimizations. Multiscreen support is a really useful feature and you’ll now be able to enjoy of the same quality of news, irrespective of how big your screen is.
The app covers your topics and delivers full articles, photos and videos directly to your device so you never miss what is important to you. Smart news reader > Set-up your own personal news channels on the topics of your choice, and explore the news through TagNav™, an innovative news navigation system. Get the whole picture on any subject! For example: Video Games, Cloud Computing, Xbox, Android Tablets, Mark Zukerberg or any of the 120,000 available topics. An edition for you > APPY Geek is available in 8 regional editions – USA, UK, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, LatAm and International, so you can always find the news that speaks to you!
So, if you have a passion in technology and you follow closely all the latest news on a daily news, then AppyGeek is definitely an app you should give a try. Just follow the link from below to get it.
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