TechCrunch app for Windows 8, 10 Gets a Redesign

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TechCrunch is one of the biggest technology websites in the world, and it has released its own, official app in the Windows Store for quite a while, but only recently has it received a big revamp that we’re going to talk about briefly below.
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If you haven’t downloaded yet the official TechCrunch app on your Windows 8 device and yet you like to follow tech news, then you’re missing out a lot. Follow the link at the end of the article to make sure you get it. Now you have another reason to do it as it has received an important update. According to the release notes, the user interface of the app has been completely redesigned and it now comes with large tiles for a rich visual browsing experience. Also, it comes with personalized article recommendations based on which articles you read within the app. Even more, the CrunchBase content is now located in the right side, to make it easier to read articles and navigate.

TechCrunch for Windows 8 now gets even better

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The TechCrunch app is the best way to get the hottest technology news on your desktop, laptop, or tablet. Browse the latest headlines with a flick of your finger then tap to dive into an unparalleled source of stories about startups and Silicon Valley, gadgets and go-getters.

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The app comes with a size of only 2 megabytes and it will also work on your Windows RT tablet, as well. I’ve been using it to keep up with the least tech happenings and haven’t been disappointed. So, follow the link from below to download it.

Download TechCrunch app for Windows 8 

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