The Engadget app now available for Windows 10 devices

Engadget Windows app

AOL recently released its official Engadget app for Windows 10 devices. This new Engadget app is a Universal Windows platform app with support for Windows 10 features like Cortana, Live Tiles, etc,. All of the articles, videos, reviews and more that you access from Engadget can be experienced in a fast, seamless and fully native application experience.

Features:

  • Cortana support: We have started simply with asking Cortana to open Engadget to your favorite section (as an example you can say – “Hey Cortana, open Engadget with entertainment section” or “Hey Cortana, open Engadget with gear section”). As we learn more about what users want, we will be adding more phrases and functionality.
  • Live Tiles: We integrated ‘Live Tiles’ so that our users can discover latest and most popular articles.
  • Notifications: With breaking news notifications in the ‘Action Center’, users will never miss out on the latest news or breaking stories.

AOL team is already working on additional features such as authentication, customization and more. Download the Engadget app for Windows 10 from Windows Store.

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Developer: AOL
Price: Free

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