Microsoft’s “NEWS CAST” Will Read You The News

Posted: Aug 16 2015, 12:50pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Microsoft’s “NEWS CAST” Will Read You The News

As indicated by a report, Microsoft is coming up with a new mobile application that will read the news to you.

The application is allegedly called NewsCast. It fundamentally makes a playlists of real news stories and prepares the outlines to you.

There is no word up till now from the company about when NewsCast may be launched for general public.

This application was found on Microsoft Azure Web Sites domain where it was accessible for download however has following been pulled.

Neowin spotted the NewsCast on a page over at Microsoft Azure Web Sites domain. It was said on the page that this application has been created by the Bing group.

It also intends to make groups more profitable since clients can even listen to the playlist while they're driving.

NewsCast download is no more accessible however the publication did figure out how to get some screenshots.

Evidently this application uses Bing's text-to-speech feature to read out news up to 30 seconds. It permits clients to spare the synopses for later.

It also incorporates a criticism button. This allows the users to take them to a three-inquiry question survey. The survey is no doubt implied for testers.

Testers already have an early access to the application. Just the iOS rendition of this site was up on Azure.

It can be because a lot of Microsoft employees and beta testers use iPhones and iPads. It is vague till now on how many platforms it will be launched.

So far the Microsoft hasn't said anything in regards to NewsCast or when it will be launched for public.

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