The Redmond company just announced that its new Windows 10 app for Windows 10 for the visually impaired is ready for launch on Windows Phone 8.1.
The app is an extension of the Microsoft app that will allow users to sign in with their Microsoft account, sign out of Microsoft apps, and access the Microsoft Store.
“With Microsoft’s new Windows apps, people with visual impairments are now able to find the apps that best suit their needs and needs are being met,” said Chris Spiess, Microsoft’s senior director for the digital transformation team.
“They can also discover the apps and services that are right for them.
That’s what the Windows 10 apps offer.”
In addition to signing in with Microsoft account credentials, the app also allows users to manage the apps they have installed.
Windows 10 is the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system that was released in April.
With Windows 10, users will be able to easily install new apps and updates with one click, and they will also be able more easily customize the way they use their computers.
The new Windows app will be available for download on Windows 10 phones, tablets, and PCs starting tomorrow, March 31.
The first batch of Windows 10 devices will be shipping in April and Windows 10 users will receive the new apps as soon as they get the device.