The Guardian is a day by day daily paper situated in the UK, covering worldwide legislative issues, world news, and different subjects. It’s additionally one of a lessening number of news outlets willing to help the Windows 10 application store biological system, with its own one of a kind UWP-based application. Or if nothing else, it was. Toward the beginning of today, The Guardian posted an announcement on its site, declaring that the Windows 10 application was dead.
Back in November 2015, we propelled the Guardian application on Windows 10. Following two years of administration, we are ceasing support for the Guardian application on the Windows 10 stage.
From today, the application will never again be accessible for download through the Windows store. On the off chance that you as of now have the application introduced, you can keep on using the application on your telephone or desktop. However please know there will be no future updates.
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We don’t mess with ceasing administrations and Windows keeps on being a vital stage for our perusers. Be that as it may, subsequent to taking various key components into thought -, for example, current use, expenses to help and push to keep up equality with Android and iOS – we trust we can give a superior affair through our site for our perusers utilizing Windows.
From discussions I’ve had with other application engineers on Windows 10, it appears that regardless of Windows 10’s introduce base in the many millions, few individuals really draw in with applications from the store contrasted with Windows 10 Mobile. Windows 10 desktop rivals the web for consideration, and it looks bad for application designers to help that frame factor in its present state.
The Guardian’s site keeps on working great on the two Windows 10 Mobile and desktop PCs, however, so the main washout here is Microsoft, whose miss-ventures in the portable space keep on haunting its odds of consistently assembling a feasible application store biological community. Such is life.