Acast now has an official Universal app for Windows 10, which can be downloaded from the Store. For those unfamiliar with the brand, it's an online platform that enables you to keep track of and enjoy your favorite podcasts and audio shows. Whether you're into sports, news, comedy, business, education or even culture, there's something in the catalogue for everyone.
There's even a curated Discovery page for when you desire something a little different. The Acast content teams will continuously populate feeds with fresh podcasts to try out and explore. It's a neat service and one we're pleased has arrived on Windows as a Universal app for all device owners to enjoy.
You can download the app from the Windows Store today. Do note that paid content isn't currently supported on Microsoft's platform just yet. You'll still be able to enjoy free shows until the team add support for Acast+.
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