The Slacker Radio service has made itself available on the Windows Store for Windows 10 PCs for the first time. However, it appears this first release may be just a web-based app.
The Windows 10 PC was first spotted by Reddit member "inteller", and the change notes for the Slacker app claim it will also work on the Xbox One as well, presumably when the upcoming Anniversary Update adds support for the Windows Store to the console.
There's speculation on the Reddit thread that the app is web-based, since some users cannot play music from the app in the background. This version of the app does not yet support Windows 10 Mobile natively, although there has been a Windows Phone version of Slacker Radio available in the store for some time. Let us know your reactions to the new Slacker Radio app on Windows 10 PC in the comments!.