Microsoft is working on the application of the News




News reports That the company Microsoft is working on testing a new application dedicated to read the news only with the name NewsCast, where the application on the Microsoft Azure cloud storage service appeared to indicate the existence of such an application.

Microsoft is working on new applications and features within the company permanently test, does not go out within the walls of the company’s headquarters in Redmond, only a few of these applications and features, such as OneClip or Office Now.

According to reports the new application allows users to hear the news they want, during driving, and the news comes in the form of short summaries of voice along with a 30-second news, and users will have the ability to customize the application’s conclusions as they wish.

The new application can be loaded through the following link with the knowledge that he is dedicated to iOS system you are working with Apple’s iPhone smart devices, iPad and iPod Touch, but it is not available officially in the App Store yet, because he is still on probation within the company.
And supports application Newscast on your search Ping MSN to read the news engine, where the benefit of converting text into audible language previously used tools in the search engine, with the provision of two types of sounds when you read all the news, and despite the fact that the application voice according to the report is not as good as Cortana only that it is a good step from Microsoft.
And by the application can create a list and save news to read it later, but news sources can not be changed for the time being or customize the news summaries, and rely on private sources of Microsoft, and there is no information on the date the application formally put forward.

It is noteworthy that Microsoft is trying during the past years to make your engine research Ping more useful, and so by bringing new features to the engine Bing to make it more intelligent , and the integration of a wide variety of information from external sources within the search results, such as fetching information from social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter .


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