A Universal App variant of Microsoft Teams for macOS has been discovered. This version, currently in beta, indicates Apple Mac PC users would soon have the Teams app optimized for ARM-based chipsets.
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Apple is reportedly working on bringing iOS apps to macOS; the feature will be the highlight for this year's macOS release. It's not clear whether the company would merge its iOS and macOS app stores.
According to a new report, Apple is building a single app platform that will allow developers to build an app for both macOS and iOS, which will likely be announced next summer at WWDC.
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.
From Brexit blues and new Nexuses, to Surface anticipation, Mega returns, Microsoft price cuts, Xbox avatar upgrades, and the $4 smart-phony, 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.
Microsoft has named several partners who will be bringing their Universal Windows Platform apps, designed for Windows 10, to the Xbox One later this year, after the rollout of the Anniversary Update.
Microsoft has confirmed that apps built on its Universal Windows Platform will be coming to the Xbox One later this summer, and that the standalone Xbox Store will be merged into the Windows Store.
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?
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Apps make a lot of sense on touch-centric phones and tablets - but how much use do you make of Windows Store apps on your notebook and desktop PCs? We're eager to hear your thoughts and experiences.
Netflix has updated its app on Windows 10 to be part of the Unversal App Platform, available on PCs and tablets. While it is now a Universal app, support for smartphones is expected in the future.
AccuWeather has released a Universal app for Windows 10, which introduces a new interface optimized for the OS and also includes several new features including integration with Cortana.
TuneIn has announced the availability of its TuneIn Radio Universal app for Windows 10. The new app supports features such as pinning individual stations and also features integration with Cortana.
When Microsoft's former CEO Steve Ballmer recently criticized the company's Windows 10 Universal App strategy, it was apparently because of comments made by Satya Nadella.
Mobilize.Net has announced the availability of a software development bridge that enables developers to port their existing Windows Phone 8.1 Silverlight apps to the Windows 10 UAP.
Microsoft is finally going to bring Windows 10 to the Xbox One with the New Xbox One Experience (NXOE). Read more to find out what that means for you, and your gaming.
The New Xbox One Experience is now rolling out to the public, with a staggered release over the next 24 hours. Depending on time zones and Xbox One settings, the update may be delayed on some systems.
USA Today launched its new Universal app for Windows 10 PCs earlier this month, and now the same app is available on Windows 10 Mobile, featuring a major redesign over the Windows Phone 8.1 version.
Microsoft will deliver an update to Windows RT later this year but the update will not enable the OS to run Universal apps, which means that the OS is dead and that the company has given up on it.
Those running Windows 10 as part of the Insider program may be excited about the Universal Store combining mobile and desktop apps but they'll need to update to build 10240 to use it.
Skype Modern for Windows is being killed off, and Microsoft has now clarified how it will be replaced in Windows 10 with integration in three Universal apps, alongside the Skype desktop app.
In the latest build of Windows 10, Microsoft has made it possible to run multiple instances of the same Modern app - but this feature and more will be coming to other apps too.
The head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, has said that a preview of Windows 10 for Microsoft's Xbox One console will be coming 'post-summer' - after the company has launched its new OS for PCs.
As promised, Microsoft has released the new Office Universal apps for Windows 10 mobile and you can download them from the Windows store right now.
Moving slightly away from the original Modern design, Microsoft has now released new guidelines for developers working on Universal apps for Windows 10 along with examples from its own apps.
Microsoft has announced today that Office Universal apps for Windows Phone will hit the preview stage later this month and hints that a new OS build could be on the way for phones too.
During the Windows 8 lifecycle, the name for the store apps went from Metro to Modern but as we move forward with Windows 10, they will now simply be called Windows app.
Microsoft officials at the Mobile World Congress 2015 offered more insights on the Universal App Platform, which will offer developers an easy way to create apps for all devices and inputs.
Microsoft has announced that developers can now submit apps that work with Windows Phone 8.1, along with universal apps that can work on Windows 8, RT and Windows Phone platforms.
Microsoft has announced it will now provide a single set of price tiers for Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps, in support of the company's new universal apps system.