MSN Money Stocks

MSN Money Stocks
Free
315 reviews
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Download size

3 MB

Last updated

6/25/2013

Version

1.9.1.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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English (United States)
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Stay on top of the market with MSN Money Stocks for Windows Phone. Customize your stock watch list for at-a-glance quotes, then dive deeper to get detailed quotes and charts. Find out what's moving the market and your watch list with the latest business news headlines and videos. Keep updated on the most active stocks with the stock ticker. Easily check key markets and major currencies. 

***What's New in Version 1.9.1 (Mango)***
- Updated data feeds

***What's New in Version 1.8 (Mango)***
- Improved news feed
- Bug fixes

***What's New in Version 1.7 (Mango)***
- Bug fixes

***What's New in Version 1.6 (Mango)***
- Pinning stock tiles (Note: Large amount of pinned tickers will decrease battery life due to data)
- Fast app switching
- UI improvements
- Bug fixes
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Reviews

  • by bhavesh 5/28/2014
    I can't open any video it opens and then close my app so what the solutions
  • by Scott 5/9/2014
    Videos keep crashing the app.
  • by P 8/26/2013
    Slow
  • by Lonnie 8/23/2013
    Great app
  • by Denis 8/9/2013
    Was working ok, but now isn't updating and no charts newer than 6 months.
  • by Dori 8/7/2013
    Will not let u put ones watch list in
  • by Anthony 8/7/2013
    New stocks such as Facebook nonexistent
  • by Zhou 8/1/2013
    Good
  • by User 7/31/2013
    Very good but stopped working after few weeks
  • by Pavlo 7/22/2013
    It just stopped working after a few weeks. How in the world MS would expect developers to create the next killer app for WP if the company is so sloppy about their own apps. Shame on you, MS, I'm going to Android..