Famous American coffee company and coffeehouse chain that was founded in Seattle, Washington in 1971 is now spread worldwide, operating in 23,768 locations. Its coffee is known for its unique taste and quality, employers are treating customers with respect, but the company isn’t entirely focusing on selling only coffee, offering also cold drinks, teas, fresh juices and snacks. But there’s one thing that Starbucks is missing: an application for Windows Phone/Windows 10.
Starbucks has announced in March that it will release an application for Windows 10 and Kevin Johnson, Starbucks’s President, said that the company is working in partnership with Microsoft to create the application and that it will take 30-45 days to launch it. Time passed and the wait came to an end. Starbucks has finished the application and it shipped it to the store and in the next few weeks, the downloadable links will go live.
This information was posted on Twitter, by Starbucks Global Chief Digital Officer Adam Brotman, who said that “we shipped to the store today, doing final testing so we can go live in the next few weeks.” However, we still don’t have an exact date when the application will be available, but we must be patient and let Microsoft do the rest.
The launch of the Starbucks app would coincide with the launch of Microsoft’s Big Anniversary update, which will land on August 2 and will bring improvements to Windows Ink and Cortana, it will make Microsoft Edge more power-efficient and will bring advanced security features for consumers and enterprises.
Gamers will enjoy a new experience and teacher and students will receive new tools for the modern classroom. Most important is that all the listed features will be available for free and existing Windows 10 users will be notified to install the new update.
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