Microsoft’s news and entertainment portal MSN has partnered with some of India’s leading publishers to launch a free-to-access web service in Hindi. MSN in Hindi, covering news, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, astrology, motoring and weather, can be accessed at www.msn.com/hi-in.
Hindi constitutes nearly 50 percent of the vernacular internet audience in India. Users can access MSN Hindi on desktop, mobile, Microsoft Edge browser on Windows 10 and MSN News app. There is also integrated access to social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well as Microsoft services like Outlook, OneNote, OneDrive, and Skype.
Content for MSN Hindi comes from media outlets like Dainik Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, Hindustan, Aaj Tak, NDTV India, BBC Hindi, Sportskeeda and Money Bhaskar, among others.
Users will be able to stay connected to MSN Hindi on desktop, mobile, Microsoft Edge browser on Windows 10 and MSN News app. There is also integrated access to popular sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well as Microsoft services like Outlook, OneNote, OneDrive, and Skype.
Darren Laybourn, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Information and Content Experiences, said, “MSN now offers the Hindi-speaking population, in India and around the world, the same world-class content and information experience that English-speaking audiences have enjoyed for years. We’re thrilled to give hundreds of millions of Hindi speakers access to our wide array of premium worldwide content partners.”
MSN is available in 26 languages and in over 50 countries across the world. With an audience of more than 450 million users, MSN brings real value to readers, advertisers and partners.
@Technuter.com News Service