Imgur has plans for releasing a Windows 10 Mobile app, but waits for demand
A lot of official apps from various services and companies, including a popular image-sharing service, Imgur, are still missing from the Windows Store. And while some companies said they don’t plan to step into the Windows 10 Mobile market at all, people from Imgur at least said that they’re considering that option.
In a short interview with WinBeta, Isaac, a representative from Imgur, said that the company discussed a Windows 10 Mobile app internally, but they’re waiting to see if demand for the app is satisfying, before they actually start developing the Imgur official app for Windows 10 Mobile.
“I appreciate there are Windows Mobile users out there using Imgur. This is a topic talked about constantly in the office. Unfortunately that is how far the topic has gone for the time being”
Isaac said that asking the Imgur community about a potential Windows 10 Mobile app is the best way to show users’ interest in it. So, if you indeed want to see the official Imgur app in Windows Store, you can cast your vote on this poll, and leave your thoughts about the potential app.
Official Imgur apps are already present on both Android and iOS platforms, so users can easily share their photos on the go. But unfortunately, just like it’s the case with many other services, the official app didn’t come to Windows 10 Mobile, and if users don’t show enough interest, it probably never will.
What do you think about the official Imgur app for Windows 10 Mobile? Would you like to see it in the Store? Tell us in the comments.
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