While some companies have ended support for Windows devices, some major brands are continuing to bring their apps to the Windows Store. The latest addition is ride-sharing service Lyft, which offers an alternative to Uber in many cities.
News of the app's arrival for Windows 10 PCs, tablets and phones was first revealed on Twitter by Microsoft's Paul Britton.
The app allows users to find a nearby car to request a ride, and pay for their journey on their device. "With Lyft, you pay through your phone," the company says. "It's easy, fast and secure." It also offers the ability to easily split the cost of a journey with friends.