Engadget shows Windows 10 some love with revamped app
If you read tech news on a frequent basis then you’ve probably heard about Engadget, one of the oldest and biggest tech blogs in the world. Now that Windows 10 is becoming “cool” again, Engadget has relaunched its Windows Store app. The universal app is available for download for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile users.
Engadget is your ultimate destination for reviews, news and research from the world of consumer electronics. Our team of expert editors and columnists work passionately (some would say, obsessively) to bring you the best information about all gadgets, the science and technology behind them as well as insider insights before the products are even in the market. Want up to the minute coverage on the latest smartphone news, HDTV reviews and hands-on looks at all gadgets from laptops to game systems? Engadget delivers definitive tech news you need instantly. With this app at your fingertips, you’ll be an informed tech expert and insider in no time.
Here are the app’s main features:
•All of the Articles, Videos, Reviews and more that you love from Engadget, in a fast, seamless and fully native application experience.
•Support for notifications and live tiles so you never miss an important story.
•Video support for all your favorite Engadget shows, including ICYMI and Dear Veronica.
•Cortana enabled! Simply ask Cortana to open Engadget to any of your favorite Engadget sections.
“I partnered closely with Microsoft and our engineering teams to define the features users would experience as well as the overall look and feel of the new app,”said general manager of AOL Alpha Drew Lesicko. The AOL team is already working on additional features to the app such as authentication, customization, and more.
Take a look at the app and let us know your impressions in the comment section below!
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