After a period of open beta testing that stretches back to last year, the new Disqus universal app is now available as a full release. Coming in a version 4.0.19, the new Disqus is available to download now for both Windows 10 PC and Windows 10 Mobile.
There isn't actually a full list of changes available for the update just yet, but the app has been built from the ground up for Windows 10. Some of the highlights of this update include a completely revamped design, reply notifications, and support for Facebook, Twitter, and Google logins. There's also a new image uploader, and you can create discussions from within the app.
Once Disqus posts a detailed list of changes, we'll update this post with more. For now, however, you can grab the full universal Disqus app from the Windows Store. And if you're down for testing out new features, the Disqus Beta is still available for download as well.
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