Xbox Insider Hub comes to Windows 10 in beta
Members of the Xbox Insider Program can now keep up with announcements, complete surveys, and more from their PC. The Xbox Insider Hub app, which appeared on the Store in April but was previously only displayed a "coming soon" message, is now available and usable on Windows 10 PCs.
The app is largely similar to how it appears on Xbox One, allowing you to check out announcements and quests, as well as complete surveys from your PC. You can also view your level, XP, and other stats about your personal Insider account.
The app itself is still in active development and may be a little rough around the edges, according to a Hub post from Microsoft:
It never hurts to be available on more platforms, so though it's still early, it's good to see the app make its way to PCs. You'll obviously have to be a member of the Xbox Insider Program to make use of the app, but you can give it a download from the Windows Store now.
Download Xbox Insider Hub from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)
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I had this app installed on my PC beginning of this month. But it always displays 'Coming Soon...'. I am not a member of Xbox Insider so I will have to wait.
If you're not an Xbox Insider then it's a pretty useless app!
I use this app on Xbox for Sea of Thieves alpha testing. So I thought there may be some content here too.