The first Universal Windows 10 app showed up on the Xbox One earlier this month, but a few more have now made an appearance for those running the latest version of the preview OS.
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The new app from the global rent-a-car company is available not just for Windows 10 Mobile devices, but also for those running Windows Phone 8.1. AVIS previously released an app back in the WP7 days.
VLC's new Universal Windows Platform app is now available as a beta (version 2.0.0) for Windows 10 PCs and phones, and it will also make its way soon to HoloLens, Surface Hub, and the Xbox One.
Wells Fargo's new Windows 10 Mobile app is now available to download - but it said earlier this month that it's ending all support, including on its mobile banking site, for Windows Phone 8.1 users.
SiriusXM's new app includes Live Tile support and Cortana integration, and is now available to download for Windows 10 PCs and tablets - but there's no sign of the app for Windows 10 Mobile phones.
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.
Fox is hosting a huge movie sale at the Windows Store, with 45 titles available for $4.99 each, in high definition, including Fight Club, L.A. Confidential, Taken, Night at the Museum and more.
There are new arrivals in the Windows Store, and Microsoft's strategy for getting more people interested in the Universal Windows Platform involves bringing PC and console gaming together.
Xbox head Phil Spencer has confirmed that the company will sell Windows games on the Steam store, breaking the tradition of offering first-party UWP titles as Windows Store exclusives.
Microsoft has warned developers who haven't updated their apps with the new age rating system, cautioning them that if they don't comply, their apps will soon be removed from the Windows Store.
The Windows Store got quietly updated at some point and now allows users on the Insider builds to choose where to install large games and apps on an individual basis. This is a very welcome change.
There are some big savings available on a wide range of films from the Windows Store this week, as Microsoft is offering up to 40% off many popular titles in its Blockbuster Movie Sale.
Many Windows 10 users around the world have been reporting for several hours that they've been unable to access the Windows Store on their devices - but not everyone is affected by the outage.
Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 7 will be making its way to Windows 10 (Store and Steam), Xbox One and PlayStation 4 next year, and will be supported on PlayStation VR.
The Xbox store is finally getting unified with the Windows 10 Store, a move that Microsoft had promised would be coming as part of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. The new unified Store is now live.
Another week has passed, and as usual, we round up the most important news bits from the world of Windows apps, from the most significant updates and new arrivals, to exciting new things to come.
From App Store changes and Apple Store thieves, to foldable phones, Lenovo's Tango, Insider t-shirts, Jon Snow in space, and the PS4 with more, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
In early March, Bank of America said that its new Windows 10 app would be "coming very soon, in the next few weeks". Three months later, the app - for PCs, tablets and phones - is finally available.
Microsoft has announced the release of the new Viber for Windows 10 beta app, saying it's been "built from the ground up" for phones, tablets and PCs, with responsive design and many new features.
The Windows Store has been visited 6.5 billion times since the launch of Windows 10 - but read our weekly roundup of news and you'll start to wonder if it really matters that much.
Microsoft has shared some new Windows Store insights, claiming that the store has enjoyed 6.5 billion visits since the launch of Windows 10, touting it as a profitable opportunity for developers.
A full version of Microsoft's Remote Desktop Universal app has been developed, and it is expected to roll out to users of the Windows 8.1 or Preview versions in Windows 10 during the following weeks.
As part of its Ready, Set, Summer celebration, Microsoft is offering massive discounts of various apps, games, music and movies. The deals include Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta and more.
An update released today for the Dropbox app in Windows 10 adds several new features, including the ability to cast videos to another device or to respond to comments directly from the Action Center.
A couple of days ago Microsoft rolled out a brand new user interface for the Windows 10 Store. Now the redesigned app is finally showing up on Windows 10 build 14342 for desktops as well.
Ever since releasing a redesigned Windows Store app yesterday, some users have reported issues with the app, such as not being able to update it on PCs, or not being able to update apps on Mobile.
With today's Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview build, the Windows Store received an update for Insiders as well. The update brings a revamped UI. Unfortunately, it's only for mobile right now.
If you're looking for what happened in the world of Windows apps in the last seven days, here's our roundup of the most important news, from app updates to the latest arrivals.
Microsoft and Team Dakota have decided to discontinue support for Project Spark, its "creation game". Support for current users will end on August 12, but it will no longer be available as of today.
This week has seen plenty of new arrivals in the Windows Store, and in the sea of news about new and updated apps, there are also some interesting bits about what's coming in the Anniversary Update.
In a first for the Forza franchise, Microsoft has released a version of the game for PCs. Forza Motorsport 6: Apex brings racing action straight to your Windows 10 PC, with 4K resolution supported.
Up until a a month ago, admins were able to block access to the Windows Store in Windows 10 Pro. Microsoft has removed that option, forcing businesses to move to Windows 10 Enterprise to keep it.
Microsoft has begun using Project Centennial to compile some of its own Win32 apps into UWP apps, which now have listings in the Store. These apps include WordPad, XPS Viewer, and more.
Three Ireland has added carrier billing support on its network for the Windows Store, which covers Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone 8.1, allowing you to pay using your phone.
Another week has passed, and we've made our usual roundup of the most interesting news bits about Windows apps, from updates, to new arrivals, to things to come, and things not to come.
The popular VLC Media Player is going fully Universal and embracing Microsoft's platform with a new app destined for the Windows 10 Store on desktop, mobile, Xbox One, IoT and eventually HoloLens.
An official IFTTT app for Windows 10, and Windows 10 Mobile, is vacant from the Windows Store. IFTTT has stated that they're soon expanding to more platforms and to stay tuned for news.
Another week has passed, and we've made our usual roundup of the most interesting news bits about Windows apps, some of which will surely get you excited about the future of the Windows Store.
Even though this week has been more quiet in the Windows Store, there are a few juicy news bits that you may have missed, and - as usual - you can find them in our weekly roundup.
There's a lot of juicy bits for the future of Windows app development and the Windows Store, and we've also rounded up the usual news about app updates, new arrivals, and the things to come.
There are no new casualties in the Windows Store this week, Starbucks is planning an app for Windows phones, Skype is changing again, and we rounded up several new and updated apps and games.
The Xbox Store and Windows Store are on the way to convergence, HERE ditches Windows users, Twitter changes looks on mobile, and we rounded up several new and updated apps and games.
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?
HERE will be removing its apps, including Maps, from the Windows Store on March 29, and they will stop working on Windows 10 Mobile in June, while the Windows Phone 8 apps will no longer be updated.
Contrary to yesterday's reports, it has become clear that Microsoft will continue to support adding money to an account by using the digital currency, Bitcoin. The earlier report was accidental.
This week saw several new UWP apps in the Windows Store, including Instagram (beta) and a web browser, lots of updated apps, and a few glimpses of what we can expect in the future.
An update on Microsoft's website suggests that Bitcoin will no longer be an option for users to purchase content on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. Microsoft has given no reason for the change.
The official NCAA March Madness Live app is available for Windows 10 phones, tablets and PCs, featuring a new design, Live Tile support, and push notifications, keeping you updated on all the action.
Developed with help from Microsoft, the new Deezer Music Preview app features a new design and interface, promising a single consistent user experience across Windows 10 phones, tablets and PCs.
From a Sonic movie and Titanfall on TV, to iBricks, net neutrality, device discounts, Quantum craziness, OneDrive woe and a throwback to 3.1, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.