Official Starbucks app for Windows 10 in the works
Starbucks just gave their loyal customers a hint on Twitter about its official Windows 10 app: it’s definitely in the works and it should arrive in the Store soon. Since Starbucks is the biggest coffee chain in the world, this is surely going to delight all the coffee lovers who have been constantly demanding a Windows 10 app from Starbucks for some time.
This information came to light after one Brazilian user asked Starbucks about its Windows 10 app to later receive a positive answer from the company. However, Starbucks only mentioned that its app is in development, so as excited as coffee addicts may be, this still isn’t an official announcement.
@leandromaxi6 Olá! O aplicativo Starbucks ainda não está disponível para Windows Phone, mas estamos trabalhando para tornar isso realidade.
— Starbucks® Brasil (@StarbucksBrasil) March 14, 2016
Translated, Starbucks’ tweet says: “Hello! The Starbucks app is not yet available for Windows Phone, but we are working to make it happen.”
Possible Starbucks Windows 10 app features
Nothing is known regarding the possible features in the Starbucks app for Windows 10, but we assume it will contain similar features to those on the Android version which has been available for quite some time now.
These features include the ability to place an order with the app to later pick up from the store in addition to paying bills with the app. The Android version also has some cool features like discovering the music played in Starbucks shops and redeeming your ‘Stars’ for rewards. We can only assume these features will make its way to the Windows 10 version as well.
The Starbucks app is already available on Microsoft devices as you can add your Starbucks card to the Microsoft Band to access all the above-mentioned features, but the Windows 10 app will certainly be more versatile and thus used by more customers.
As soon as we have more info about the app, including the release date and its official list of features, we’ll make sure to let you know about it.
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