One of the marquee developers promising support for Microsoft’s vital Windows 10 and Office platforms at this year’s Build 2016 event was Starbucks, the purveyor of expensive and trendy coffee products. There’s a Starbucks add-in for Outlook available, and a Universal Windows 10 app has been planned for Windows 10 PCs and smartphones for awhile now.
Apparently, that support is coming very soon (via Windows Central), because the Windows 10 app is now officially listed on the Starbucks web site. The link isn’t live yet, but that’s not something we imagine Starbucks wants hanging out there for long.
Keep your eyes open for more information on when you can use your Windows 10 device to order your coffee, charge up your cards, and make the most of your Star Rewards points. Let us know in the comments if you’re looking forward to joining the hip crowd using their official Starbucks apps.Further reading: Apps, Microsoft, Starbucks, Universal Windows App, Universal Windows Platform, Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile