MixRadio planning upcoming Universal Windows 10 app

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MixRadio was one of the most disappointing casualties of Microsoft's Nokia purchase and ultimate disbandment. The music curation and streaming service remains a viable entity, it's just not been focused on Windows phones since it was sold off to LINE.
All isn't lost, however. According to MixRadio themselves, they're working on a Windows 10 Universal app, and they're willing to starve their own employees to get it done.
https://twitter.com/MixRadio/status/662211148704571392
We have no specifics on when to expect the new app, but better sometime than never. In general, it's good to see more Universal apps being developed, which should only accelerate once Windows 10 Mobile is officially released.

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