Starbucks still does not have a release date for its promised U.S. Windows Phone app, even though a previous deadline for releasing the app has now come and gone.
Starbucks' president and chief operating officer Kevin Johnson first confirmed the popular coffee shop company would launch the Windows Phone app on March 23 during its annual shareholders meeting. He added that the launch was coming "within 30 to 45 days".
Unfortunately, that timeframe has now expired with no app release. Windows Central contacted Starbucks for comment and a spokesperson told us, "We don't have a release date to share just yet." Hopefully, we won't have to wait much longer for this long awaited app to be released to Microsoft's mobile OS.
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