Following on from yesterday’s announcement that Imgur has discussed a Windows 10 Mobile app, we’ve now received a response from Atlassian, the company behind popular business communication platform, HipChat. According to an Atlassian representative, the company is open to offering a Windows 10 Mobile app to their customers.
Atlassian offers several business management tools aimed at developers and customer support – such as support desk ticket software, issue management, communication tools and Git repository platform, Bitbucket.
Mohammad Syahrul affirmed that they should support Windows 10 Mobile, as the market is not dominated by just iOS and Android in terms of the business market. Mohammad directed us to a public page, where Atlassian is already tracking the possibility of an app for Microsoft’s mobile platform; in fact, just the other day the status changed to ‘Reviewed’, and the next status after that is ‘In progress’. The suggestion has also been handed to their product team for further evaluation.
To show your support for HipChat on Windows 10 Mobile, you should head over to this public issue page, and click ‘Vote for this issue’, which helps show Atlassian that people would like the app. You’re also able to comment on the issue and explain your thoughts behind it.Further reading: Atlassian, Business communication, HipChat, Universal Windows Platform, Windows 10 Mobile