Earlier in February we reported on a new app called Achievement Art for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. The app is very simple: It lets you bring up all your Xbox One and Xbox 360 achievements in one place and as its name implies view and save the art associated with your triumphs. Users can then save the art to their device or use it as a wallpaper making it well worth the download.
The developer behind the app has let us know that Achievement Art is now rewritten for Windows 10 making it truly universal. Users on Windows 10 Mobile or Windows 10 for the desktop can download and use the same app anywhere.
Besides your individual achievements, you can also load up and save the game's art in PNG at HD (1920x1080), which is super cool. Instead of downloading as a separate file you can also just set it on your lock screen or wallpaper.
From the app description:
Features of Achievement Art include:
- Browse achievement art you've unlocked in any Xbox-enabled game!
- Download achievement art or set it as your wallpaper or lock screen from within the app.
- Download game art or use it to personalize your device.
- Browse your own achievements or those unlocked by your friends - all you need is their Gamertag.
- Sort your achievements alphabetically or by most recently unlocked. Great for seeing your most recently unlocked achievement art at a glance.
- A one-time upgrade to Premium unlocks advanced features across both Windows and Windows Phone.
- Premium feature: Download all achievement art for a game in one click!
- Premium feature: Browse achievement art for achievements which you have not yet unlocked, and download it!
- More free and Premium features to come over time.
Achievement Art is free to use too although there is a 99 cent Premium upgrade that unlocks special features noted above. The app is exceptionally well done, great to look at and is just clever. If you are an achievement hunter, you must grab it now!
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