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Steam Mobile App Finally Out for Windows

Windows tablet and phone users can finally download an official app for Valve's PC marketplace.


Those who own Windows phones and tablets can finally download and use an official Steam app on their devices. Windows had been without a Steam app until now, while iOS and Android devices have had it for years.

An overwhelming majority of the reviews are positive with 188 people rating the app either four or five stars out of five at the time of publishing. As you can see in the picture below, many of the users are elated that its "finally" available.

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Steam updated its security measurements in March, which saw the application require users to activate a mobile authenticator to drop trading and community marketplace restrictions. Until now, Windows mobile users would have had their trades and community sale listings held for 15 days, and they wouldn't have had a choice but to accept it. Now that the app's available to them, they can drop those restrictions and have a more enjoyable experience.

You can get the app on the Windows Store here. The app supports Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone 8.1.

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