A while ago, The Guardian launched a Windows 10 focus for both Mobile and PC. The Guardian’s app is also accessible on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The British daily journal Guardian yesterday announced that a focus for Windows 10 would no longer be accessible to download from a Microsoft Store.
Although Windows 10 is now commissioned on over 500 million devices, a App Store still doesn’t have adequate apps, and Microsoft’s worker recently reliable that there are usually 20,000 UWP applications accessible on a Windows 10 Store.
The Guardian explains that a users can't download a focus from a Microsoft Store. However, it will continue to work on your Windows 10 PC or Mobile if you’ve already downloaded it.
“We don’t take discontinuing services easily and Windows continues to be an critical height for a readers. However, after holding a series of pivotal factors into care – such as stream usage, costs to support and bid to say relation with Android and iOS – we trust we can yield a improved knowledge by a website for a readers regulating Windows,” Guardian pronounced in a statement.
The strange judgment of UWP apps is apparently passed as Windows 10 Mobile is no longer supported. With Windows Phone height dead, I am really desperate about a destiny of UWP (Universal Windows Platform).