Official Windows 10 TED App Now in the Windows 10 Store

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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TED, an app which features video speeches and discussions from fields of Technology, Entertainment, and Design finally made its debut on Windows 10. The new official app of this 31-year old forum is available on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile platforms.

Just as a reminder, TED already had its official app for Windows 8, but like some other companies and developers, it decided to discontinue the app from Windows Store, and start working on the brand new app for the brand new operating system. Besides the support for both Windows 10 platforms, TED app should also work very fine with Continuum for phones, which is a very nice addition.

“TED’s official app presents talks from some of the world’s most fascinating people: education radicals, tech geniuses, medical mavericks, business gurus, and music legends. Find more than 1700 TEDTalk videos and audios (with more added each week) on the official TED app — now for Windows.”

The new Windows 10 app isn’t much different than its predecessor, as it also allows users to look for their favorite videos, or “TED talks.” It’s also similar to the previous app when it comes to the design, as the Windows 10 app features Red, Black, and White color schemes for the menu settings. And we also can say that the design of TED Windows 10 app reminds of Windows 10’s own News app.

Twice a year, leaders of big companies, fans, and critics come together for a TED conference, where TED Talks are recorded. Some of the world’s most inspirational people, like Bill Gates, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and many others gather on stage to record their own TED Talks. So, if you need to hear some wise words from wise man, or you just need some additional motivation, watching TED’s content could be the right thing for you.

If you’re interested in watching these videos, you can download TED official app from Windows 10 Store, for free.


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