Soundcloud considers a Windows 10 app, still no official confirmation

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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Soundcloud is one of the most popular music-sharing services out there, but just like a lot of other popular services, it doesn’t have an official app for Windows 10. The company still hasn’t officially announced its Windows 10 app — something that might change in the near future.

WinBeta recently spoke with Soundcloud and its spokesperson said that the company was ‘evaluating ‘ Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, so there’s at least some chance an official Soundcloud app for Windows 10 will be released.

“SoundCloud is evaluating Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile platforms but has nothing to announce at this time.”

While this doesn’t mean that Soundcloud will indeed release its app for Windows 10, it’s still better than the resounding no from other companies to Microsoft. Soundcloud is probably at the research stage with its data, so if the company decides that Windows 10 is a lucrative market for them, the app will probably be released as a result.

Judging by the numbers, Windows 10 is a huge market with more than 300 million users, so there’s no question Soundcloud will reach some new people with a Windows 10 app. On the other hand, a lot of companies have been abandoning Microsoft’s platform lately, which surely isn’t encouraging.

Soundcloud is for now available to Windows 10 users only through 3rd party apps, like Soundcloud+ or Audiocloud.

In case Soundcloud announces something new, whether positive or negative for Windows 10, we’re going to make sure to let you know. Until then, tell us in the comment section below if you would like to use the official Soundcloud app on your Windows 10 or Windows 10 Mobile device!



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