Slack is a popular, real-time messaging application which give teams the ability to get in touch with each other, collaborate on projects and lots more. It’s more of a corporate app for business and a like to get together and communicate with each. The developer already has a Windows app which supports Windows 7, up to Windows 10 Technical Preview, but it seems the company is considering a dedicated Windows 10 app, as revealed on Twitter (via WMPU).
@goodguyayy We’re considering it!
— Slack (@SlackHQ) July 10, 2015
It’s good to see the developer working on its official app for Windows 10. There are apps for Android and iOS with the Windows Phone app said to be under development — there’s no official word about the launch of the app, but let’s just not lose hope.
Windows 10 is set to launch on July 29th, and since the company is considering an app for the new operating system — which they should — we may get to see it in the coming months. We’ll update you as soon as Slack releases an official Windows 10 app.Further reading: Microsoft, Slack, Windows 10