The MSN suite of apps formerly known as Bing come to iOS and Android

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MSN suite of apps comes to iOS and Android

Ever since the change in the leadership, we’ve seen Microsoft launch apps for rival operating systems as well – including Office for iPad earlier this year, which has received quite a warm welcome from iOS users. Now, the latest to make their way to the iOS and Android is the MSN suite of apps, formerly known as Bing, which includes MSN News, Health & Fitness, Sports, Weather, Food & Drink and Money.

All these apps are available as free downloads and offer users a wide range of features. MSN News helps users stay on top of all the latest happenings across the globe while MSN Health & Fitness offer users with a rich set of tools to measure several health-related metrics. “Access a rich set of tools and content for all your health needs. Find 1000+ exercise and workout videos, nutritional and medical references, and trackers for diet and exercise to help you meet your health goals,” the app description reads.

MSN suite of apps comes to iOS and Android

As for MSN Food & Drink, it helps users find their favorite recipes from magazines, world-famous chefs, bloggers and fellow home cooks. With MSN Sports, you can get “real-time game updates, easy to follow schedules and standings, and the latest news across your favorite leagues and teams.” The Weather app offers users with weather updates, forecasts, detailed weather conditions and more on your device. Last but not the least, MSN Money offers users with the finance-related news, financial data, ability to follow top indices, personal watchlist where you can keep track of stocks,  mutual funds, and ETFs. Interested users can also get quotes, charts and detailed company profiles to help them.

The apps are available as a free download so head over to the respective app stores, and download your favorite MSN app.

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