Delve for Windows 10 app listing pops up on the Windows Store

A new Windows 10 app listing for Delve, Microsoft's latest productivity offering for Office, has appeared on the Windows Store (via WalkingCat on Twitter). While the app's description indicates that the listing is simply a test — and, without an announcement, this certainly isn't a full rollout — the app can currently be downloaded to Windows 10 PCs (there is no mobile listing).

If you're unfamiliar with Delve, the tool was launched in 2015 as a way for Office 365 business users to stay organized. Delve uses machine learning to learn what's important to you and surface the right content at the right time in a card-based interface.

As you'd expect, the app is only for business users and requires a paid Office 365 account to use. And given the listing is labeled with "test" at the moment, it may likely be taken down. Still, if you'd like to give the app a look, you can check it out at the Windows Store link below.

See Delve at the Windows Store

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