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The Wall Street Journal has announced that it will be dropping support for its Windows 10 app from June 30 2017. The Wall Street Journal has been a big supporter of windows platform and had recently updated its Windows Phone app to a UWP app for Windows 10.

The company in a listing on its Windows 10 app is informing users that the Windows 10 app will be discontinued on June 30th and users are advised to view the content on WSJ.com or iOS and Android mobile apps.

This could come as a surprise to lot of users since the Wall Street Journal is the first UWP app Windows 10 to be discontinued. There have been instances were lot of major firms have decided to stop support for their Windows Phone 8 apps.

Currently the app is still available for download from the Windows Store but we are not sure if it will continue to work after June 30th. In the meantime users can download the app from the below link of Windows Store.

Download Wall Street Journal for Windows 10

  • a fig f..k to WSJ

  • Fantasm

    Not really surprising. UWP is not gaining the interest that Microsoft would have liked….
    Pretty much only benefits MS, not the users…
    As for developers, UWP is only good for windows 10. Why lock out everyone on all the other version of windows?