Microsoft Delve app now available in the Windows Store
The Office Delve app is now available for Windows 10 and is a hub for all your Office 365 files across all services. It is also for business users, though normal users can take advantage of it too.
Delve is a hub that displays the information about all your Office 365 apps, including Exchange, OneDrive, SharePoint, Yammer, and other. The app is only available for Windows 10 on the desktop, though a Windows 10 Mobile version will be released before the Anniversary Update next month.
We’ve long known a UWP version of this app was coming, so we’re happy to see it up and running.
Here’s the full description of Delve:
Office Delve is a new way to discover relevant information and connections from across your work life. Delve displays information that is most relevant for each person based on the work they are doing and the people with whom they are engaging. With Delve, information finds you versus you having to find information.
All of this is presented in a beautiful, card-based design that is easy to understand and use. It also presents intuitive ways to view content, so you no longer have to remember where stuff is stored or who shared it with you. And, of course, Delve only enables you to view content you have access and permission to view—we always respect permissions across all parts of Office 365.
Microsoft has yet to officially announce the availability of the app, so users should not be surprised if the app is pulled in the near future. It is possible to download it right now for your Windows 10 device, which can be done right here via the Windows Store.
So far, users seem to be loving it, and that should bode well for the app going forward.
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