ABC News

ABC News
Free
338 reviews
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Publisher

ABC

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Download size

5 MB

Last updated

3/19/2014

Version

1.0.0.1

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • media playback
  • data services
  • Proximity
  • speech
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Supported languages (1)

English (United States)
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See The Whole Picture with the ABC NEWS App for Windows Phone.

* Award-winning coverage in story, video and slideshow formats

* Live video and blogs for key events 

* Trending stories to see what everyone is talking about 

* Breaking news alerts 

* Pin your favorite shows and sections for easy access:
- Good Morning America, World News, Nightline, 20/20 and This Week 
- U.S., International, Politics, Investigative, Health, Entertainment, Money, Technology, Sports and Travel

* Tap & Share or use SMS, Facebook, Twitter or email
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Reviews

  • by John 12/21/2014
    I enjoy the ABC site for news and it's easy to use. The volume of news alerts on the same subject are a little over the top - prob 4 to 5 alerts within 1/2 hour re the presidents news conf on Dec 19 & several were at the same time! Someone at ABC should be prescribed a sedative. Otherwise a great news source. 👌😊
  • by Alonzo 12/21/2014
    Great app
  • by Bill 12/17/2014
    But shouldn't it read with David Muir?
  • by Grace 12/15/2014
    The breaking news is so over rated
  • by Robert 12/15/2014
    I like the way the video transition goes from.partial to full screen. This allows me to easily watch and read the articles.
  • by Aayush 12/15/2014
    Need live tiles update with photo else grt UI..better than other news app.i love breaking news notification....
  • by User 12/9/2014
    The app itself ***. Crashes constantly.
  • by Brett 12/7/2014
    Wish they would update the videos sooner in the day
  • by Timothy 11/26/2014
    Good app. Like the breaking news, but far too many in the last 18 hours about George S.'s interview with Officer Williams. The interview happens and aired on TV all last night. It's no longer breaking news. ABC, don't abuse the push notification privilege. It's like you're crying wolf for the sake of winning the Nov. Sweeps.
  • by Steve 11/15/2014
    Looked for 3 major stories, but for some reason, ABC didn't think they were worth informing me about. Can you say "agenda"? Why can't a news outlet just report on major news stories without being so blatantly partisan in their Editor-in-cheif's ideals? Deleted the app.