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After pulling its app from the Windows Store earlier this month, Amazon will be killing off its Windows Phone app. Those using the Windows 8.1 version of the app can still download and use it.
Just a week ago, it was reported that a Steam Authenticator app might be in development for Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile, and now an official Steam app has been listed in the Windows Store.
After announcing a new Windows 10 app yesterday, the future of Roku's apps for Microsoft's older platforms was uncertain. The company has now confirmed that it will still support its legacy apps.
After supporting Windows Phone for more than two years, Kiloo has ended support for popular endless runner, Subway Surfer. However, fret not, a Windows 10 Mobile version is in the works.
According to a piece of code found at GitHub, Valve might finally be developing a Steam Authenticator app for Windows devices. However, there has been no official statement from the company itself.
You can now get a free Lumia 950, as well as other goodies and discounts, when you purchase a Lumia 950 XL. The offer is available in Canada and the US and runs until June 27th.
Some users reported seeing ads from Opera's partners in its new Mini browser, even with the new ad-blocker switched on. Opera has told Neowin that this was an accident, which has now been corrected.
Despite saying in April that it was planning no further updates beyond bug fixes and security patches for its browser on Windows phones, Opera has now updated the app with a new native ad blocker.
Kantar's figures show Windows phone sales market share continuing to fall. Indeed, it asserts that Microsoft's mobile OS is now "exiting the market", leaving iOS and Android to fight for customers.
Amazon has officially pulled the plug on its Windows Phone app. Those who already have the app can still use it, and the Windows 8 app is still available for download for everyone.
From bigger tweets and smaller prices, to Android updates, Windows 10 upgrades, fruity hearsay, Edge extensions, and PlayStation proliferation, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
New details have emerged on Microsoft's plans for the mobile market. In a leaked memo, it says it will only offer its future Windows 10 Mobile devices in 18 markets, primarily targeting businesses.
PayPal has issued a statement that all users must be using version 6.0 of the firm's app by June 30. Any older version will no longer work, which includes Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Fire OS.
Microsoft has confirmed that a large number of employees will lose their jobs as the company further scales back its efforts in the mobile space, and it will also take a $950m 'impairment' charge.
While the Windows Store does not offer a lot of apps and games compared to Google Play or Apple's App Store, these are some of the best games you can play on your Windows 10 Mobile right now.
From OnePlus 3 and Xbox 95, to Microsoft's Health, Amazon's big failures, Nokia's smartphone resurgence, and Google's (not so) fine in Europe, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Windows phones now account for just 0.7% of the worldwide smartphone market - down from 2.5% a year ago - and it appears that as few as 100,000 non-Lumia Windows phones were sold in Q1 of this year.
The latest monthly AdDuplex report indicates further modest growth for Windows 10 Mobile - but Microsoft's Lumia range continues to account for over 97% of all Windows handsets in use.
From Gboard and Cardboard, to Salesfarce, Mario Minecraft, Mi to the Max, Windows phone sales wipeout, and Microsoft's Nokia feature phone finale, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Kantar Worldpanel's latest figures show that Windows phone sales plummeted by over 50% in five key EU markets in the first three months of the year - but Android sales are rising around the world.
AdDuplex has published its findings for this month's breakdown of Windows handset usage. Windows 10 Mobile keeps growing, while there is a new holder for the title of 'most popular Windows phone'.
Microsoft has announced that Skype has now been downloaded over one billion times on iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices, just over three months after reaching 750 million mobile downloads.
More photos have been published of McLaren, the cancelled Nokia Windows Phone flagship that would have replaced the Lumia 1020, with a Full HD screen, Snapdragon 800 processor and rumored 50MP camera.
No surprises here, but last quarter was another disastrous one for the Lumia range. Microsoft sold just 2.3m smartphones, plummeting by 49% compared with the previous quarter, and 73% year-over-year.
Opera says its Windows Phone team are "now dedicating their time to our other apps on iOS and Android", and that it's focusing on the platforms "where our strengths and biggest user communities are".
It's been a month since Microsoft announced the start of its official rollout of Windows 10 Mobile for some of its older Windows Phones. Have you upgraded your handset yet - and if not, why not?
Mojang has announced that it plans to launch Realms, a service to play Minecraft online with friends in a more interactive way, on Android, iOS, Windows 10 and Windows Phone devices soon.
Microsoft's @LumiaVoices account, the "home of people who do wonderful things with technology" in the Windows phone community, is being shut down today, along with the wider Lumia Voices program.
Earlier today, Reddit finally announced the release of its official app for iOS and Android. After being asked, a spokesman for the firm stated there are no plans to make an app for Windows phones.
In a post-Build interview, the CEO was bullish on Continuum and discussed Microsoft's way forward with Cortana, asserting AI will pervade all points of computing and mobility, including cars.
AdDuplex has published its latest monthly breakdown of Windows handset usage, and it appears that some of Windows 10 Mobile's recent growth has come from the sale of new devices - not just upgrades.
At the Starbucks annual shareholder meeting, the coffee retailer's President and ex-Microsoft exec Kevin Johnson said the official Windows app will arrive in 30 to 45 days.
The Lumia 640 has been available at numerous UK retailers for around £120 SIM-free for a while, but you can now buy it for just £99.99 - and it's eligible for upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile too.
The Windows 10 Mobile rollout has begun, but it'll no doubt take a while to reach all eligible handsets. While you're waiting, check out our side-by-side gallery comparing it with Windows Phone 8.1.
Microsoft finally announced details of its long-awaited Windows 10 Mobile upgrade today, publishing a list of devices that can grab the update now - but it looks like some phones will be left behind.
Microsoft originally said it would begin upgrading older Windows Phones to Windows 10 Mobile in December - but after months of waiting, it's finally announced the beginning of its rollout.
Best known for its popular password manager, LastPass aims to make two-factor authentication mainstream with the creation of its own free app that also makes it easier to use the added security.
Mapping and location company HERE is the latest major brand to wind down its support for Windows devices - but does it really matter when high-profile apps suddenly abandon the platform?
After announcing that HERE maps would stop working on Windows 10 Mobile devices this summer, Microsoft is now promising to bring improvements to its own mapping solution to help out its users.
I bought into the Windows Phone platform in 2010, a few weeks following the official launch. But what's it been like being a user of a platform that has been, and continues to be, largely ignored?
Straw - the polling app created by a team of Microsoft employees - has been updated, introducing 3D Touch support on iPhones, and a range of improvements across iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
Along with various other promotions, Microsoft has cut the price of the BLU Win HD LTE Windows phone, which is now available for just $109 on its Store - but it's available elsewhere for even less.
A previously unknown Windows 10 handset just got its Bluetooth certification. This could be a US version of VAIO's Phone Biz device, but that is unlikely. More probably, it's a completely new device.
Spotify will no longer support its Windows Phone application, according to a customer support representative for the firm. They did, however, hint at the possibility of a Windows 10 application.
Microsoft has been selling the LG Lancet for $179 - considerably more than the handset's $119.99 price at Verizon - but it has now slashed $104 off the device, significantly undercutting the carrier.
The latest Kantar stats show little change in the downward trend for Windows Phone as Android and iOS steal the show, and the battle for converting feature phone users in the US is still on.
Microsoft has reportedly confirmed to its partners that it is finally planning to start rolling out its much-delayed Windows 10 Mobile upgrade for Windows Phone 8.1 handsets later this month.
A UWP version of Instagram has been released onto the Windows Store. It appears that the app is a port from iOS meaning that it has most of the features that the iOS version has.
The wait for Windows 10 Mobile on Windows Phone 8.1 devices has dragged on a bit in recent months. Are you still looking forward to the upgrade, and if so, which features are you most excited about?