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MSN Onit App Launches for iPhone, iPad

After launching first on Windows Phone 7 in March, the MSN Onit app is now available on the iPhone and iPad. Onit “combines the best men’s lifestyle content from MSN and its partners, including The Smoking Jacket, Esquire and Men’s Health. The app is the ultimate ‘guys guide’ to cars, girls, gadgets, fitness, events and more, aggregating top content from across the Web. Additionally, Onit blends the power and convenience of Bing with the best social networking features, allowing users to search for and share content with their Facebook friends.”

Here’s some more info from the official MSN Blog:

You’ll get daily life advice or morsel of trivia--on subjects ranging from science to history to sex. You'll get great automotive reviews, first drives and slideshows. You'll get tips on getting in shape, staying in shape or amping up your workout. Eat & Drink features provide you with tips on cooking the perfect steak, picking the perfect beer or navigating the restaurant menu for lean dining options. You'll find DIY articles and guides, the best in fashion and style advice for men, and sports--the latest updates as well as a lighter look. Catch up on what you missed last night on TV or explore the realm of pop culture and sci-fi.

Looking for something closer to home? MSN Onit blends the power and hyper-local convenience of Bing with the best social networking features. Log into Facebook and share MSN Onit content with your friends.

Don’t have time to get to it all today? We’ve built in a handy “To Go” list to help you make the most of MSN Onit. Whenever you see a check mark at the bottom of the screen, just tap it for a list of “extras” to save for later.  Or login with your Windows Live ID to sync your MSN Onit settings and “To Go” list between MSN Onit for your iPhone, iPad and Windows Phone 7 devices (with more coming soon).

Download the app for your iPhone or iPad.

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