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Microsoft’s ever-evolving store policies are about to claim another beloved third-party Windows App — Unigram.
The developer for Unigram was met with a nasty surprise today, warning him that his app was at risk of being removed from the Microsoft Store due to not being published by a company or business account.
While Unigram has been in the Microsoft Store for years, this abrupt change comes as a result of a change in policies which requires apps that have app-specific authentication to be published from a company or business account.
— Fela Ameghino (@FrayxRulez) March 28, 2018
Without a business account, Unigram will be removed from the Store by the 11th of April. The app is a well designed one, and is one of the few Windows apps to support “My People”.
You can download Unigram from the Microsoft Store here, for now.