Daily Mail releases ‘This is Money’ UWP app for Windows 10

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App developers are getting on the Universal Windows Platform train. The latest app to support the platform is “This is Money” from The Daily Mail. To make things even more interesting, the app also supports Continuum.

For those who have been living under a rock, “This is Money” is an app that focuses mainly on Daily Mail’s financial segment. If you’re into finance, then this might very well be the app for you. The app covers several things ranging from investment ideas, housing prices, and the stock market. With world oil prices fluctuating on a regular basis, knowing what’s going on with the stock market is important for investors.

Tips and advice are generated by specialist writers who do a splendid job majority of the time. These are the features to look forward to:

  • Fast-loading content
  • Over 12 channels of must-read content
  • Share stories with friends on Facebook, Twitter or email
  • Pre-load stories to access when you’re offline or without connection, such as on the train or plane
  • Save article to Read Later
  • Universal app designed for Windows 10 supporting Continuum on mobile devices

Despite its vast number of features, the overall design of the app leaves much to be desired as it feels like a website instead of an app. It makes us wonder: wouldn’t we be better off visiting the website than downloading this app? Probably not. The thing is, an app is more accessible than firing up a web page, so fans of the Daily Mail’s This is Money service might decide to jump on the app bandwagon.

Download the app here from the Windows Store.

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