By Prarthito Maity email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Mar 06, 2013 10:46 AM EST
While it seems like all the goodies and cool apps always head to either Android or iOS, Windows Phone users can now look forward to something exclusive.
Per reports, the Windows Phone users are on their way to get a brand new official app from Disqus, the very popular blog commenting platform, with the app being available exclusively for WP users.
As of now, a number of Web sites across the internet use Disqus. What it does is it allows users to sign in with a variety of social accounts, while building up stats. The app also allows users to participate in conversations on Web sites that utilize Disqus.
For people who are unaware about Disqus, Disqus powers the commenting system on many Web sites and blogs, offering users a single-way to sign in through social networks, and more. Users can maintain accounts so that their Disqus “history” goes with them, regardless of the site they are commenting on.
The official Windows Phone version of the app is now available in the Windows Phone Store and, per WMPoweruser, “truth be told, it’s a solid little app. The goal of the app is to help facilitate conversation, so instead of going to sites and then engaging in some debate, you can just go to your Disqus app and continue the conversation there.”
Below is the list of key features:
As of now, Disqus does not have any plans for an Android or iOS app, although they are expected to arrive some time later.
Head over here for Disqus
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