Microsoft and Yahoo have announced a new partnership to make it easier for you to keep up with the news, whether you’re on Windows, Mac or mobile.
The two companies said they will be releasing an app called Outlook for Mac, which will let you easily read and search the latest stories on all three platforms and sync across all devices.
The app will launch in the fall, and the two companies expect to roll it out in early 2017.
Microsoft is offering an early version of Outlook for the first time.
The apps for Mac and Windows are separate, but the Outlook for Windows app will work on Windows 10 Mobile, the latest version of the operating system.
Outlook for OS X will be available in the coming weeks.
“Our mission at Microsoft is to deliver the most reliable, reliable and easy-to-use news and information to people around the world,” said Phil Harrison, chief executive of Outlook, in a statement.
“We’ve made it easy for people to get their news on all of the platforms they want.”
The app will feature news and entertainment, news and lifestyle, business, entertainment and sports sections, and weather.
There will also be a section called news that lets you search for and read stories about current events and trends.
Microsoft’s chief operating officer Brad Smith said the company is also launching a new news app, The Insider, that will bring together the company’s existing news services into one app.
Microsoft has not said what apps will be included in the new apps.
The two companies have worked together before.
Microsoft partnered with Yahoo to provide users with its news and sports apps, and also with Apple to offer news on its iOS and Android operating systems.
Microsoft said the two apps will help users keep up to date on news that is trending, timely and relevant to them.
In addition, the two platforms will be compatible, meaning you can share stories and news with others.
The companies will be working together on the apps because Microsoft needs more time to finalize the software, Harrison said.
“The technology is good,” Harrison said of the new news apps.
“It’s a very new product.
We’re not even sure how to use it yet.
But we are excited to be working with Microsoft.”
Microsoft’s announcement comes after a year of delays and a lack of a clear path for the two businesses to work together.
The companies had initially planned to work separately on an app to help users find the news they want, but that didn’t happen.
The deal to work with Yahoo was first reported by The Verge.
“The future is a great one for Yahoo News, and we are thrilled to join forces with Microsoft to bring a new and more reliable way to share your news and insights,” Yahoo chief operating executive Dan Schulman said in a company statement.
Microsoft said the news apps will work seamlessly with Yahoo News apps on the Windows, iOS and Mac operating systems, and with its mobile app for Windows.