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Microsoft's Office apps for Android, iOS include surprising ties to Windows API

Microsoft's Office apps for Android and iOS could be called "Windows-based," after some recent findings.

Skype for Windows Phone, RT, and TV to be retired on July 1

In a move that’s been coming for some time, Microsoft is gearing up to retire the Skype app for some older platforms on July 1.

BlackBerry KEYone is the best phone for using Office 365 on the go

Microsoft used to say its mobile software would always be best on Windows phones, but that's just not the case anymore. The BlackBerry KEYone is a perfect example of why.

Best Microsoft apps for iPhone

Microsoft embraces iOS with its apps and services, and here is a round-up of some of the best and brightest!

PDF Assistant Pro is a Swiss Army knife of a Windows 10 app

PDF Assistant Pro is a user-friendly Windows 10 app that sports a user-friendly design, making it easy to work with pdf files.

OneNote's updated design now rolling out to Fast ring Insiders

Microsoft recently announced a redesigned OneNote would start rolling out on all platforms soon, and now it looks like Windows Insiders on the Fast ring are getting their first taste.

Groove Music update makes creating playlists a bit easier

If Groove Music is your music app of choice, you’ve got some new playlist features to play with thanks to its latest update.

Instagram for Windows 10 now lets you post snaps from your PC webcam

For better or worse, the latest update to Instagram for Windows 10 now lets anyone upload snaps from their PC webcam to their feed.

Save a bundle with today's myAppFree Deal, PDF Assistant Pro

PDF Assistant Pro offers a user-friendly solution for working with pdf files from your Windows 10 device. The app is also today’s myAppFree Deal, making it a budget-friendly solution worth trying.

Skype is getting a major makeover with hints of Snapchat thrown in

Microsoft has announced a major new update for Skype, overhauling the interface with a fresh new look.

Immersive Reader comes to Outlook on the web, OneNote for Windows 10

Microsoft has announced that it is bringing Immersive Reader to both Outlook on the web and OneNote for Windows 10.

Big 8 Zip update adds touch of Fluent Design, lots of new features

Hints of Microsoft’s new Fluent Design language are showing up in all kinds of third-party apps on the Windows Store, and popular file archiver 8 Zip is the latest to get the treatment.

SoundCloud now beta testing an app for Windows 10, Xbox One

SoundCloud fans on Windows 10 are in for a treat, as the company has begun beta testing a new app on the Windows Store.

Best Cooking Apps for Windows 10

One of the most convenient uses for a Windows 10 device is to help you find your way around the kitchen and there is a host of apps available to aid your culinary adventures.

Microsoft Garage launches curated news app for Xbox One

Your Xbox One might not be the first place you’d think to install a dedicated news app, but Microsoft’s experimental Garage division is filling that niche with a new app.

Following the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Windows 10

The 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs are right around the corner and many will be turning to their Windows 10 PC or Mobile devices to keep up with all the action on the ice.

Citrix Receiver updated as a universal Windows 10 app

Citrix has added its name to the slowly growing list of major players to support the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) with an update to its Citrix Receiver app.

Save $30 on Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 on the Windows Store

Aspiring photogs may want to turn their attention to the Windows Store, where Adobe’s Photoshop Elements 15 is currently available at a hefty 30 percent discount.

The BBC Store is closing up shop

The BBC has started alerting customers that it will shut down its BBC Store website, apps — including a Windows 10 app — and service on November 1, just 18 months after launching.

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