The new Windows Store is now open and Windows 10 apps are available to download. The Windows Store offers one-stop shopping for popular free and paid apps, games, movies, TV shows and the latest music, which work across all Windows 10 devices. No more purchasing the same app multiple times on your desktop, tablet, or phone.
All Windows Store content is certified by Microsoft to help keep your devices safer. In addition to existing Windows 8.1 apps such as Netflix, Flipboard, Mint.com, Asphalt 8: Airborne, and The Weather Channel, the Windows Store provides a constant stream of new and updated Universal Windows Apps and games, including Twitter, Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition beta, Hulu, iHeartRadio, USA Today, Candy Crush Saga, and others. WeChat and QQ will also be launching soon.