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Yahoo! PH launches new Homepage: A refreshing new experience to power your daily habits

Yahoo! Philippines and 4 other countries in Asia unveils new Yahoo! Homepage

Yahoo! Philippines which just recently celebrated its 5th year in the country (and we're proud to be part of its celebration), has new homepage that will be available across different platforms: smartphones, tablets and PCs.
High Five Yahoo! Celebrating its 5 years in the Philippines

The fresh-look and feel of Yahoo's new homepage was launched in other nearby Asian countries aside from Philippines. This includes Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and India. The main goal? To make it easier for the users to discover all the content they consider to be important, all in one page, on different devices that they have. 

This new homepage holds all the information that you want to see and read from time to time. For mobile users, may you have a smartphone, phablet or tablet, you'll definitely enjoy this innovation, as no apps will be needed to enjoy these exciting new look of Yahoo! PH new homepage. 

Notable changes of the new Yahoo! Homepage:

  •  Easy-to-use with a modern and intuitive experience
    • A cleaner design that’s easy to navigate
    • More information in less space (surfacing headlines and summaries in an easy to read snapshot)
    • Ease of use with the familiar search box, quick links to Yahoo properties and the ever popular Today Module in a larger view

  • Fresh, infinite stream of content offering most popular stories

    •  A a virtually endless stream of content across news, sports, celebrity stories, entertainment and lifestyle 
    • We want the news to automatically come in, that's why even us here in loves streamed content. Yahoo! must have read our minds, and we find that fascinating

  •  Personalized view of your content stream and utility apps

    • The stream of news also offers you choice – whether to read, ‘save for later’ or delete the story from your view making the experience more personal
    • New utility apps including Yahoo Weather, Finance, Flickr that’s available right on the homepage can be customized according to user preference
    • Facebook integration allows you to see your friends’ upcoming birthdays , on the Homepage itself 

  •  Fast & Available across devices

    • Find all that you are interested in – news, mail, sports, photos, friends – right on one single page and save your time!
    • Seamless experience across desktop, tablets and smart phones giving you the choice to continue enjoying Yahoo from anywhere
The minimalist approach has been proven to entice many, as we want the important news and information to be in one place, the homepage. The landing page, or most commonly know as the homepage, is most crucial page of a website. It's compact that allows you take a peek in eagle's view the highlights of each section of the homepage.

Feel it by visiting the new Yahoo homepage today! To get a quick demo on the new features go to: 

New Yahoo! logo
Yahoo! logo

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Franc said...

This is a nice development as this would give Philippines a more localized interface.

Kath Rivera said...

Yay for Yahoo but to tell you honestly I'm using Google Chrome more nowadays.

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