The hassle with information is that there is a whole lot of it. we are surrounded by using breaking news each minute of every day.
So how can we separate the useful information from the vain information? Microsoft reckons it is through using its new news pro app, which surprised absolutely everyone by launching on iOS today, going up against iOS nine's personal Apple news app.
described by Microsoft as "hyper-relevant information to your paintings", news pro uses Bing to attempt to create a custom news feed that caters on your individual profession. whether or not you're an IT supervisor or a plumber, information pro guarantees to carry you all the best news, and none of the rubbish you do not care about.
once downloaded, you're prompted to sign up via LinkedIn or facebook, with the app then growing a custom feed based totally in your profile data.
The app itself is paying homage to every other news app in existence (how much can you genuinely do with news feeds, besides), but does provide a convenient "fast" mode to scale back at the junk as a way to load stories fast.
The free app from Microsoft storage (the identical organization at the back of that ridiculous alarm clock app) is best to be had within the US in the intervening time, though you could play around with the browser model everywhere.