Update: It seems like Microsoft isn’t bringing the Insider Hub to the Web. Instead, the company is planning to address the accessibility issue for Insider Hub’s content. Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc told us:
To be clear – what I meant by my tweet was that we’re looking at addressing the issue of accessibility with content in Insider Hub but that does *not* mean we’re bringing Insider Hub to the web. Insider Hub will continue to remain a very important app for Windows Insiders and their participation and our communication to Insiders.
Original article follows below.
The Insider Hub is a very important app for the Windows Insider program where Insiders can submit feedback, get the latest news about builds, and rate builds. Recently, Microsoft started posting the known issues for each new Windows 10 build on the Insider Hub, and the company has been posting some interesting news and in-depth articles on the Insider Hub. If you don’t like the fact that the Insider Hub is only available as an app, you will be glad to know that it will be available on the Web sometime soon.
@marypcbuk We're working on solving that very issue – don't worry! 🙂
— Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonleblanc) February 10, 2016
Hopefully, Microsoft will release this sometime soon. Until then, tell us if you are waiting for Insider Hub on the web in the comment section below.