TED talks and blogs come to Windows Phone

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The TED series of talks, along with their conferences, have been gaining prominence over the last year or two, and with a lot of activity around the brand, having a central location for the content has been vital. And like every good content destination, there's an app for Windows Phone as well.

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The mission of TED (which stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design) is brought out through the talks and discussions curated by the organisation. You are guided around these by three main sections in the app...

  • 'Talks' will highlight many of the presentations made at TED events, all of which are available for free under a creative commons licence. Using the built in media player, these can be browsed and searched through, then watched directly on your handset.
  • 'Blogs' brings thoughts and opinions from many TED alumni on the issues of the
  • You also have a 'My Favourites' section so you can keep track of all the content you find in the app and are able to jump back to an item as quickly as possible.

You can download the TED application direct from the Windows Store.

Source / Credit: Find it in the Windows Store