Windows Phone is yet to get the stronghold of followers that the other two of its rivals have. It is for this reason that Microsoft is still trying to lure customers and developers alike to its platform. While it has sort of succeeded in its quest, there’s still time left before everyone starts treating Windows Phone seriously. But now with the advent of universal apps thanks to the introduction of Windows 10, the popularity of the desktop OS is reason enough for the mobile platform to come into relevance again.
The guys at Redmond have made a strong statement, and since the Windows Store is still in its infant stage, it’s time that you got your own app developed on Windows Phone.