The Daily Mail launches stand-alone This is Money Windows phone app

A new app for the British finance website, This is Money, has just launched in the Windows Store and it’s a nice one, built in the Universal Windows Platform app format and featuring support for Continuum on Windows phones.

The This is Money app features fast-loading content sorted into 12 categories, the ability to share via Facebook or Twitter, a function to save articles for offline reading, and the option to pre-load articles when in an area of weak connectivity. Here’s the official description:

This is Money’s super-fast new app brings you ALL the latest money news, advice and tips from Britain’s best financial website. You cannot afford to miss it.

Our specialist writers and editors cover everything you need to know from house prices, to investing ideas, consumer news and the latest savings and mortgage rates. We cover the latest stock market, economic and company news as it happens – and explain what it means for you. Other favorite channels include cars and motoring, bills, small business, credit cards and loans and pensions.

Top financial opinion makers from This is Money and the Daily Mail contribute to the brilliant new comment section. You can even submit your money questions to our panel of experts. This is Money is an award-winning financial website and the financial section of MailOnline. Download the app now to read completely free content and why not try our special tap-and-expand feature to view high quality graphics in detail.

The app also comes with Cortana integration to quickly access content categories within the app, commenting for community discussions, and bookmarks. It looks to be a fairly full-featured app for what could have been a barebones news reader application. Pretty impressive and great to see after reports of Windows phone usage being on the decrease.

Do you enjoy reading about finance news on your Windows device? Let us know which app you use in the comments below.

This is Money
This is Money
Developer: Associated Newspapers Ltd.
Price: Free
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