Developers can now submit apps for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update in the Windows Store

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If you are a developer making Windows 10 apps,  you will be glad to know that the Windows Dev Center now allows submissions of apps for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. This means, if you developed your app with the Windows 10 SDK Build 14393 (public release), you will now be bale to submit apps targeting Windows 10 Anniversary Update devices. In case you don’t know, with the Anniversary Update, you can add a bunch of cool new features to your Windows 10 app, including things like Chaseable Live Tiles, Windows Ink, and much more.

Once again, you will need the official SDK for the Anniversary Update, which you can download here. In the meantime, let us know if you will be submitting any updates for your own app with the new Anniversary Update features in the comment section below.

In case you missed it, here is our full review of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update:

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