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    Aaron Wong

    Hi Andre,

    Thanks for the feedback; We here at the Bluesound Labs are are watching Windows 10 and Windows Mobile 10 and will be evaluating it but will continue to take a wait and see approach.

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    AntiBob

    +1 for me

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    Per Ahlgren

    +1

     

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    Trond Alseth

    + 1

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    Larry Lesniewski

    Windowsphone users are a pretty dedicated crowd.  There may not be many of us but we chose the OS because it excels in a number of different applications and I bet there would be a higher percentage of us that use it to control our Bluesound than that of iOS or Android users.

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    Marcus L

    +1. Your desktop app is in need of an overhaul, just fix the desktop app and at the same time make it universal with windows 10 & mobile. You got your hardware straight with gen 2 offering something different compared to Sonos and Denon Heos, now fix the software too and I mean that across the board, on all platforms.

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    Martin Jensen

    +1

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    Anders Gardebring

    Hi.
    I have developed a controller application for Windows 10 devices, its a universal app so it works on phone, desktop and tablet. Its more adapted for touch, so it works much better for tablet purposes than the official windows app as well.

    It's called "BluePlay Universal".
    Give it a try:
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/blueplay-universal/9nblggh4x2h7 

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