Windows App Studio Installer does exactly what its name suggests

Windows App Studio Installer is now available in the Windows Store. The app, available for Windows 10 on both PC and mobile, configures your device and can deploy installable packages created in Windows App Studio.

Aside from installing apps, App Studio Installer is fairly feature-light. You can select which apps to install, of course, and mobile users can add apps using QR codes generated by App Studio.

You can grab Windows App Studio Installer from the Windows Store now.

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QR: windows app studio installer

Joseph Keller
  • So, this is meant to handle /legitimize sideloading of apps in Windows 10? Or something to that effect?
  • Actually, this is for apps created using Windows App Studio, the web-based app creator. This allows you to easily install those packages for testing without submitting them to the store or jumping through hoops.
  • This is a welcomed addition to assist us not too technical people creating apps in App Studio. Thank you.
  • Modify app into mode developer
  • You should add the ability to make such apps with this app.
  • *They
  • Is it possible to install .xap apps manually using this app
  • I don't get it, how does it work? I can not make it work?
  • App Studio apps get rejected by the store after about 3 weeks. Sad
  • I know I will get shot at for this, but wouldn't it be cool for users to flash apk files via an app the way blackberry 10 does? True, they might suck at times, but hey, Instant 'app gap' fix and less complaining. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Crashes every time I scan the QR Code for my app.