Deezer Working to Launch a Universal Windows App

Deezer are working on creating a universal app for Windows 10 and Windows mobile devices to catch up with their design on other platforms.

Deezer are getting ready to launch a preview for their Windows apps to Premium+ subscribers. According to the registration form for the preview program the app will be made available for preview users in “the next few weeks”.

There is currently already an app available on the Windows Store  however lacks the fluid and aesthetically nicer design that Deezer have introduced to their desktop version and other mobile operating systems. In particular Deezer’s Flow feature which creates a playlist as you play it based on your listening history and tracks that you have favourited, lick personalised radioplay.

With an app that features almost universally the same design across all platforms it will create a much more focused look and feature set that should solidify the music streaming service. This will also enhance cross-platform use for those who access Deezer on multiple platforms as the service will be recognisable on any device.

If you’re a Premium+ subscriber of Deezer you can apply for the preview program. Here’s what Deezer’s Microsoft team say:

Thanks for your interest in our Windows 10 preview. We’re full-speed creating a new Universal Windows app for Windows 10 Phones , Tablets and PCs. We will rollout a first preview to our Premium+ users only in the next few weeks.

To be a part of Deezer’s new Windows app preview head to:

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