MyEdit, the new content-aggregation app from Media24, is now available from the Windows Store. It is a free download for use on smart phones running Windows Phone software, as well as tablets, laptops and desktop computers running the Windows 8 operating system.
MyEdit, which launched in November 2013, aggregates news from content providers around the world, as well as feature stories from South Africa's top magazines. This enables readers to get stories covering all their interests in one place.
The app provides a one-stop solution for people who want quick, easy access to great content curated around their personal interests. MyEdit offers content from over 30 of South Africa's top magazines, including YOU
, Men's Health
, Top Gear
and many more.
"We believe MyEdit has the potential to change the way South Africans read and watch news, and get access to their favourite magazines," says Daniël Malherbe, Head of Business Innovation at MyEdit. "The Windows operating system is one of the most popular. Therefore it was important for us to make the app available to Windows phone and desktop users. We love the seamless MyEdit for Windows design, and trust users will enjoy this new reading experience."
Windows users who download the MyEdit app can expect an experience that is in line with the Windows operating system - visually appealing and user-friendly.
"We developed both the MyEdit Windows Phone app and the Windows Store app to complement the OSes and take advantage of their unique features," says Matt Cavanagh, Development MVP at Roguecode, who developed the Windows versions of MyEdit. "We are at the beginning of a journey to create the best possible experience for our users. We have a lot more planned going forward."
The release of MyEdit's Windows Phone and Windows 8 versions means it can now be downloaded from four different app stores: the Windows Store, Windows Phone Store, Apple's App Store and the Google Play Store. The app can be installed on phones and tablets operating on Windows, iOS and Android operating systems.
"We are focused on getting only the best and most engaging apps in our store," says Kath Roderick, Microsoft SA's Business Development Manager for Applications. "MyEdit's user-centred reading experience offers something new. Therefore we are thrilled to offer it free to Windows users."
Download MyEdit now from the Windows Store, Apple's App Store or via the Google Play Store.
For more information regarding MyEdit go to www.myedit.me