Yahoo’s Most Recent Homepage Updates Roll Out In Select European Countries & South Africa

yahoo-logo-2013-cleanLaunched last February in the US, Yahoo has rolled out its new homepage in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the UK, Ireland and South Africa. According to the announcement posted on Yahoo’s UK blog, the new homepage will display consistently across desktop, mobile and tablet devices.

Yahoo says the new homepage is both “functional and intuitive” with a real-time news feed, a “save for later” feature, and topic highlights that can be customized by the user. The site boasts a “cleaner design that’s easy to navigate” with more information in less space.

Here are two snapshots of Yahoo’s home page comparing what the site looked like in 1999 and what it looks like now:

Yahoo homepage 1999   Yahoo homepage 2013

Yahoo also offered the following video, summarizing the updates:

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Yahoo: Outside US | Yahoo: Search | Yahoo: User Interface

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