Last month, the developer of Paint.NET confirmed plans to bring the image editing app to the Windows Store. Now, he's shared more on those plans, and revealed a new feature coming in the next update.
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Microsoft announced last month that Spotify is coming to the Windows Store for PCs. The app's listing appeared earlier today - and now Spotify is actually available for users to download.
According to a support document that was discovered by Twitter user WalkingCat, Microsoft's Office 2016 applications will be available from the Windows Store beginning tomorrow, June 15.
At a session at Microsoft's Build 2017 developer conference today, the company confirmed that there are almost a thousand Project Centennial apps already available in the Windows Store.
At Microsoft's Build 2017 conference today, the company confirmed that all Office 2016 apps are coming to the Windows Store, and that will be the way for Windows 10 users to get Office.
In addition to bringing its Office desktop applications to the Windows Store, Microsoft also revealed today that music streaming app Spotify will soon be available to download from the Store.
As expected, Microsoft announced today that it will be bringing its full Office applications to the Windows Store. Until now, only the more basic 'Office Mobile' apps have been available on the Store.
Microsoft will be hosting an event on May 2, at which it's expected to announce its new Windows 10 Cloud edition - possibly known as 'Windows 10 S' - along with new hardware, and more.
Slack has used Microsoft's Desktop App Converter to add its desktop app to the Windows Store, with support for Live Tiles - but its Windows phone app is still in beta, over a year after its release.
After bringing its Desktop App Converter - formerly known as 'Project Centennial' - to the Windows Store in September, Microsoft has now updated the tool, bringing various improvements and additions.
Microsoft today announced that its publishing the Desktop App Converter in the Windows Store. The company also announced a number of additional desktop apps that are arriving in the Store.
The Windows Store is now accepting submissions of apps for PC, phone and HoloLens targeting the Windows 10 Anniversary Update SDK; and beginning the process of accepting apps using its Desktop Bridge.
Evernote announced today that it will be bringing its desktop Win32 app to the Windows Store. It will come as an update to the Evernote Touch app, which will no longer be supported.
The latest SDK Preview for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is now available, and includes a welcome fix to allow the Desktop App Converter Preview (Project Centennial) to run properly.
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.
Microsoft has announced the Desktop to UWP Packaging Project for the next version of Visual Studio, known for now as "15". You can get it right now if you're running the VS "15" preview.
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.
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.
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.
Project Centennial is perhaps the biggest feature of Windows 10 that Microsoft announced at BUILD but many people overlooked it. However, if widely adopted, it could change Windows forever.
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.
From Microsoft savings and Priv price cuts, to HP's sleek Spectre, Surface phones, Quantum Break out, and a lick of paint for Google Play, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
After unveiling it last week, Microsoft has released a preview of its Desktop App Converter, the 'Project Centennial' bridge to convert desktop Win32 applications into Universal Windows Platform apps.
At Microsoft's Build 2016 developer conference today, they announced an application for converting desktop apps to Universal Windows apps, which will be available this Summer.
Microsoft's project to bring Win32 apps to the Windows Store is far from complete, but the company now seems to be testing a version of its complete Office suite that can be downloaded from the Store.