The Xbox Insider Hub is coming to the Windows 10 Store for PC

Available only on Xbox One (for now), the Xbox Insider Hub rewards users with levels and points for submitting feedback, answering surveys, and issuing bug reports. However, detailed reports can often be a bit of a chore to write out using your Xbox controller.

If you don't fancy attaching your keyboard to your console, soon you'll be able to participate in the program via your PC.

While the app is available to download and install from the Windows 10 Store right now, users will be greeted with a "Coming soon" message as soon as it loads. It might not be ready for the prime time yet, but it shouldn't be long until it's ready to go.

As of writing, there's no mention of a Windows 10 Mobile version on the store listing, but considering the app is built on the Universal Windows Platform, it's always a possibility.

If you want to download the app and wait for it to be updated, you can grab it via the link below. If you're not part of the Xbox Insider Program, be sure to check out our comprehensive guide on what it is and how it works.

Download Xbox Insider Hub from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)

Thanks Philippe Majerus for the tip!

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  • It's time for Microsoft to know and learn that mobility is everything. this app will even be more useful on mobile than pc. PC days are coming to an end no matter how Windows10 run on it. Everything is mobile and we need mobile apps. This app must come to mobile.
  • Nah. People think too high of mobile. And desktop machines aren't going away at all.
  • At one time the mouse was said to go away...still here even with touch.
  • Can you submit feedback if not an insider like on Windows 10 feedback hub?
  • the should have make the other xbox apps the same way instead of need to remove the via ccleaner
  • downvote more xbox fangays
  • PC days will never exactly "come to an end". The full-on, productivity-leaning personal computer (PC for short :-)) will only evolve form factors and UI. I do agree with you that this particular app needs to be ready for mobile (all platforms) at the same time as PC (with uhf promised "mobility of experiences" and all that), and maybe MS' existential crisis-meter is not beeping fast enough on the mobile end.
  • I don't get the point of this app coming to PC.
  • Using a controller to give detailed feedback can be tough and slow in typing. This app coming to pc will make that easy cus then we can use the keyboard.
  • The Xbox app, Xbox live enabled games, Beam streaming, and the Game Bar are on PC, so really it makes perfect sense.
  • They made it just for me. I don't want to turn on my Xbox to leave feedback about my Xbox.
  • I don't have an Xbox but I imagine this app could be useful for people on the insider programme