UK Carrier EE to kill off their Windows phone app
EE the UK’s largest carrier no longer supports windows phones with its official app. While the firm was previously supportive of Windows phones, even scoring exclusiveson older Lumia devices like the 920 back when Windows Phone was relevant, it seems the firm is joining an ever-growing list of companies who couldn’t care less about the platform if they tried.
In a message directed to users of the two platforms, EE stated the following:
My EE app for Windows and BlackBerry
We’re sorry. If you have a Windows or BlackBerry phone, you’ll no longer be able to manage your accounts via the app. Don’t worry! You can upgrade, check your bill, see your usage, top up, get add-ons and more online.
In addition, to this, EE also no longer sells any Microsoft or Windows phone devices due in part to Microsoft not making any, and partly due to no Windows phone OEM stepping in to fill the gap.
You can still get access to EE’s my EE service by pinning the site to your startscreenusing Edge, or you could simply buy an iOS or Android phone as 90% of users will do. While Windows 10 Mobile still has many of the mainstream apps in some form or another, it is apps like these nichebut useful apps whose absencehurt the platform the most.
Are you affectedby the steady decline of apps in the Windows Store? Let us know in the comments below.
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