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What's your favorite app from the Microsoft Store?
What's your favorite app from the Microsoft Store? Share your top choice with the community.

04/18/2019

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Trying to find a suitable App for video editing
Hello, I am interested in creating film reviews to upload to youtube. I am considering using Adobe apps such as Adobe Premiere or Premiere Rush. However, I am advised to download from the Microsoft store only to ensure the smooth and efficient running of my PC. I can't seem to find apps there that would be as suitable or useful for my purposes. A Microsoft or Google Play version of the Adobe products does not seem to be available, but there are plenty of tutorials and courses for Adobe products. This seems strange. Wondering could anyone help me with this issue. Perhaps there is a suitable app on the Microsoft store I am unaware of. I want to upload film clips with recordings of my own voice reviewing the films.

04/18/2019

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What is your favorite art application?
Which Windows app helps you be your most creative self? Do you use a stylus or a mouse? - Austin Product Advisor for Microsoft Stores.

04/18/2019

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Microsoft in Malay Language
It's hard to see when most of my colleagues having so much effort in trying to understand the Microsoft when it is in English. Even other languages have their own "Microsoft" language. I am here to offer my effort to help Microsoft, making a Malay Language version of Microsoft. Yes, it is going to be free. I wanted to help my students, colleagues and Malaysian who are not proficient in English, to enjoy Microsoft in their life.

04/18/2019

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https://docs.microsoft.com/.../monetize/in-app-purchases-and-trials

In-app purchases and trials using the Windows.Services.Store namespace. This section provides an overview of important tasks and concepts for the Windows.Services.Store namespace. This namespace is available only to apps that target Windows 10 Anniversary Edition (10.0; Build 14393) or a later release in Visual Studio (this corresponds to Windows 10, version 1607).

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026734

Make an in-app purchase in Microsoft Store. Content provided by Microsoft. When buying apps or games in Microsoft Store, the plus icon means you can make in-app purchases with that item. You'll use the same checkout process for in-app purchases as you use to buy apps and games in Microsoft Store.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/monetize/enable-in...

Enable in-app purchases of apps and add-ons. 08/25/2017; 3 minutes to read; Contributors. all; In this article. This article demonstrates how to use members in the Windows.Services.Store namespace to request the purchase the current app or one of its add-ons for the user. For example, if the user currently has a trial version of the app, you can use this process to purchase a full license for ...

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/monetize/enable...

The initial purchase request is made with RequestProductPurchaseAsync like any other purchase made through the Store. The difference for consumable in-app products is that after a successful purchase, a customer cannot purchase the same product again until the app has notified the Store that the previous purchase was successfully fulfilled.

https://devblogs.microsoft.com/xamarin/integrating-in-app...

Developers often need to integrate monetization to generate revenue when developing mobile apps. There are several ways to monetize apps, but at some point you may want to introduce In-App Purchases, or IAPs, into your app. IAPs can be used in several ways that could apply to your apps, such as adding features, removing ads, or buying in-game currency.