Discount shopping tool Wish joins a growing list of UWP enabled Windows Store offerings

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As we go deeper and deeper into the year, more and more developers are adopting the Universal Windows Platform and updating their apps to be compatible with the platform-homogeneous application architecture. The Discount shopping tool app Wish has now joined that list of UWP compatible apps, meaning you can now browse deals on a worldwide selection of trending fashion, accessories, and electronics directly at your fingertips and from any Windows 10 device.

According to the Windows Store listing for the app, over 150 million people have already used the Wish app to get items 50-80% cheaper than what they pay at the local mall.  The app has over 15,000 reviews on the Windows Store, and  has a 4.5-star rating, with mostly highly positive reviews.  So, if the app sounds interesting to you, be sure to check it out via the link below! And, once you've tried it out be sure to come back to WinBeta and let us know what you think by dropping us a comment in the section below.

Wish - shopping made fun
Wish - shopping made fun
Developer: ‪ContextLogic Inc.‬
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