Disqus has released a new update for its Beta app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. The app has been updated to new version 4.0.13. The update is a big update with lot of features along with fixes and improvements to the application on Windows 10. Below is the full changelog:


Google login

You can now log in or register using your Google account

We’ve started localizing the app in Italian, German, French, Portuguese (Brazil), Indonesian, Spanish, Polish, and Russian. Currently this is a work-in-progress, and we need translators! If you can help, please go here: https://www.transifex.com/disq…

 Better feedback
When you click the “Feedback” smiley face in the menu, you should now get more feedback options.

This includes a way to email us bug reports and of course rate the app. As you can see there, we also get the latest Disqus system status so you’ll know if there’s any known issues around the network.

Suggest improvements still opens the feedback hub, but I’m thinking of creating a Disqus channel to handle this. What do you think?

• You can now share discussions. Just click the icon in the command bar when you have a discussion open.
• There will no longer be the little “Ad” label by the banners with the weird “1s” timestamp.

Bug fixes
• Fixed a crash that sometimes happened when navigating away from a busy discussion
• Fixed a crash that sometimes happened while typing in the post box
• Fixed GIFs not appearing animated on 64-bit systems
The update for the Beta App is currently live and you can get it by clicking the below link. Do let us know your experience of the performance of the app after taking the latest update.

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