Rumors 29 Oct
Tech giant Microsoft knows that most of the smartphone users visit Microsoft app store to get their hands onto new games via their mobile devices more than the PC knowing it lacks support for overlays and more. Microsoft has finally responded in this regard at the talk at X018 where the Xbox lead Phil Spencer shared that he went through the feedback and it aims to make the app store "tailored to the gamers that we know want to see the best". The tech giant knows the importance of the gaming community for smartphones and tablets and even rumors are floating about the Xbox controller for smartphones.
Not that we’re clear about this statement and what those changes could be, he surely promised to deliver ‘bigger leadership role’ in regards to the Microsoft app store. Sometime back, Spencer also shared his plans to overhaul Xbox app for Windows 10 which didn’t allow updating games directly through PC like Steam.
Microsoft made a lot of efforts to make sure that Windows users used Windows 10 Store solely to download the apps though wasn’t quite successful in that besides restricting the platform for some time to install apps just through Windows 10 Store though soon faced a backlash from the Windows community.
The point of the core issue was that why to put an app on Windows Store that doesn’t do as well as elsewhere. What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section below.