USA TODAY Launches Windows Phone App

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Some love for Windows Phone from USA Today!


USA TODAY, a multi-platform news and information company, announced today that the USA TODAY App for Windows Phone is now available.

The USA TODAY App for Windows Phone features a custom look and design specifically for the Windows Phone with the signature content readers have come to trust from USA TODAY providing them with eye catching photos and graphics while delivering the latest award-winning USA TODAY news in a convenient interactive package. The USA TODAY for Windows Phone app has all the latest news, sports scores, weather, photos and snapshots available. More information on the app can be found at

“We’re excited about the design and performance of this app.  We think it will be a big hit with Windows Phone users who want a best-in-class news app for everyday use.  USA TODAY remains committed to launching new products so our readers can receive their news on any platform they choose,” said Steve Kurtz, vice president of digital development for USA TODAY.

“With its glanceable format, USA TODAY for Windows Phone is a prime example of the dynamic applications users have access to on Windows Phone Marketplace to help them get the most out of their phone,” said Todd Brix, senior director, Windows Phone Marketplace, Microsoft Corp. “Windows Phone 7 is backed by a rich developer ecosystem that continues to create a variety of quality apps and games, like USA TODAY for Windows Phone, that take advantage of the phone’s unique features and design,” he continued.

The release of the USA TODAY App for Windows Phone follows on the January release of the USA TODAY App for Windows-Slate PCs, enabling readers to choose which app best matches their lifestyle and news reading needs.  The USA TODAY Slate PC app provides readers with a similarly stunning display and intuitive interface to access up to the minute content from USA TODAY.

USA TODAY is now available on major platforms and devices including Windows Phone, iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch), Android (phones and tablets), Chrome Web Store, Google TV, Windows-based slate PCs and Intel’s AppUp store for netbook PCs.