Trivia Crack ends support for the entire Windows platform
Two years after being released as a Windows Phone app, Trivia Crack will no longer be supported for Windows, meaning you won’t be able to download and install it on any WiWindows-basedevice whether it’s mobile or a PC.
The game’s developer confirmed the support drop in an email sent to a customer, stating the Trivia Crack app would no longer be found on the Microsoft Store. However, the company did mention it would offer support for the active users of the game.
This means that if you already downloaded the app, you’ll be able to keep using it without any problems. Everyone else who didn’t get to download and install the app by now won’t be able to do so anymore.
Trivia Crack is not the only developer to remove its apps from the Windows Store. In fact, several companies like Paypal, MyFitnessPal and Amazon have removed their apps from the Store. At the same time, the Store gained a lot of new apps such as the new Facebook app.
In case you did not know, Trivia Crack is a mobile game app that lets users compete against various people around the world or against their friends in a trivia quiz. The game’s questions come from three major categories: Art, History, Geography, Entertainment, Science and Sports. Players only have 20 seconds to answer each question.
It was launched on the 26th of October 2013 and by December 2014 became one of the most popular games in the world. Although it was initially available in Spanish (because the app makers – Etermax – are based in Buenos Aires), it’s now available in more than 15 languages and it can be downloaded on iOS and Android based devices as well as played on Facebook.
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