Classic Microsoft: Own App Drops Support for Windows 10
The official LinkedIn app for Windows 10 has dropped support for Windows 10 and is now directing users to the website of the business social network.
The Microsoft-own app can still be installed from the Microsoft Store, only that it no longer works, with the following message displayed on launch:
“LinkedIn is removing support for this app on Windows, and you will now be automatically directed to your default browser. Your network, profile, and the rest of your LinkedIn experience is available as always in your browser and the LinkedIn mobile app.”
Neither Microsoft nor LinkedIn released an official announcement on the app going away from the Microsoft Store, so it’s still not clear if the company is working on another app for Windows 10 or it just wants to give up on Windows 10 entirely.
Android and iOS focus
The later option seems uncanny, to say the least, as Microsoft itself has been struggling to convince developers to code for its platform… (read more)