Disqus to release its own Windows 10 Universal app soon
Disqus is probably the most popular blog comment hosting service for web sites and online communities. You might have noticed we use here on Windows Report, as well.
While the company has had its own app in the Windows Store for a while now, seems they’re now working behind the scenes on releasing a brand new universal app for Windows 10 users.
Disqus to bring their universal app to Windows 10
Ryan Valentin, a developer who “works at Disqus and make Windows Phone apps on the side” has taken to Twitter to tease a screenshot of the app.
— Ryan Valentin (@ryanvalentin) March 19, 2016
Unfortunately, we don’t have any details at the moment with regards to the release date but by the looks of it, it’s not that far off. What is known, though, is that the SDK for the Windows 10 app will also be made available soon after the release of the app. This will then allow devs to add native integration to their own Universal Windows apps.
Disqus has been teasing its new universal app for Windows 10 since August of last year, and now we’re being treated to the very first screenshot of the app. And from what we can see, it’s going to be a pretty sleek app — we’re definitely going to give it a try.
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