Every once in a while, we get a peek at some apps on the Windows Store that clearly weren’t meant to be seen quite yet. Due to the fervor and passion of the Microsoft fanbase, however, we’re often quite easily able to catch a peek at these apps the second that they pop up on the store. Today, Office Delve has landed itself on the Windows Store, giving reason to celebrate to plenty of Microsoft fans that were looking for the Office 365 app to get itself a proper Windows app.
The Delve app’s store page is currently as barebones as it gets. The description just reads “test,” there are no preview images, and the only thing that marks it as an app of its own is the logo. If you couldn’t tell, this is most definitely meant to be a test – not something that’s fit to be used in any serious capacity. However, if you still want to poke around in it, you can properly download it on Windows 10 PC’s right now, although it isn’t compatible with Windows 10 Mobile.
However, if you still want to poke around in it, you can properly download it on Windows 10 PC’s right now, although it isn’t compatible with Windows 10 Mobile. Let us know in the comments if you get it working.
(Editors note: I tried to install the Delve app, and my Windows Store app crashed. So, your mileage may definitely vary.)Further reading: Apps, Delve, Microsoft, Office 365, Windows 10