Windows 10 Wish app helps you get trending items 50-80% cheaper
Wish is an application that people who do a lot of shopping might be familiar with. The application lets users browse for products that are normally a lot more expensive in their local stores or malls, and get them at a very favorable discount. The Wish app can find discounts that are bound to blow customers away, such as 50% off the desired article, or even completely insane 80% price reductions.
The app can help you find great discounts for not only clothing but also tech and other cool stuff, and buy them directly from your mobile device. Microsoft’s efforts to unify all its platforms haven’t gone unnoticed, with a lot of app developers trying to achieve compatibility with the UWP, otherwise known as Microsoft’s Unified Windows Platform.
Wish now benefits from UWP integration and is featured in the Windows Store where it has gained over 15 thousand reviews from people with mostly positive feelings. That represents only a fraction of all the people that have downloaded and started to use Wish, as more than 150 million users are getting awesome deals for their desired merchandise.
The App has a 4.5 star rating on the Windows Store and its popularity can only go up, now more than ever with the UWP program boosting the app to new heights and bringing it a bit closer into the limelight.
I love shopping on WISH and looking at all the different stuff. It keeps me busy. I am addicted to it. If I was rich, I would order stuff everyday. I told my grandkids about it, and they call me and tell me what they want next????. They love getting gifts in the mail from their NANA. It makes me happy, whenever I see them happy????.
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