Windows Phone users may be getting another blow to their app selection as third-party Secret client 6cret made by Rudy Huyn may be removed from the Store very soon.

Tonight in a brief Tweet, Huyn said "tonight is the night of #6cret death, you can thank Jared for that (@thedrivein). WP users have no more secrets". Huyn was referring to Jared McGuire who works at Secret and who evidently filed the complaint.

The claim states that Secret does not have a public API, and 6cret "infringed upon our copyright by emulating our app" and that the use of their API is a violation of their terms-of-service.

As of now, 6cret is still available on the Store though Microsoft will likely delist it in the coming hours as they are obliged to remove the app upon receiving the complaint. Users who are interested should download the popular anonymous sharing app before it is gone. As of now, there is no indication that Secret will bring their app to Windows Phone in an official capacity, making things worse for fans of Microsoft's OS.

Huyn also claimed to have earned only $180 from 6cret in three-months time that the app has been available, noting it was not about the money.

Source: Rudy Huyn

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