Popular apps have been the scourge of the Windows Phone app store, but more and more of the major titles have included the platform in support. Popular mobile game Candy Crush has been all over Microsoft news because of being a shining example of porting iOS games to Windows Phone. Sometimes less than professional companies will release a Windows Phone app then never provide updates or support going forward (looking at you Instagram). However with Candy Crush Saga, this has not been the case and Windows Phone users have seen several updates to the app.
The most recent update to Candy Crush brings 15 new levels to the game further extending the time users can spend crushing candy in this matching puzzle game. Despite originally being an iOS app, Candy Crush has great reviews in the Windows Phone store and plays just like a native app. Windows 10 Mobile brings the ability for more apps to reach the Windows users much in the same way Candy Crush did, and so far it would seem these apps will be highly usable and a good thing for the store.