During the last month I’ve tried my best to upgrade Dukto in order to make it a Windows 10 UWP and solve the compatibility issues with the Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 releases.
Since my free time to dedicate to this project is very limited, it took me very much time to complete this effort. Right now the application sports all the features of the original desktop app, but it also shows up some bugs here and there. Currently I have no more free time to dedicate to this project so, at the moment, I’ve published the UWP version with a not too high quality standard. This is all I can do right now. If the quality of this app is not up to your needs, please don’t use it.
There are some users that doesn’t understand this very well, and demand that I work free of charge for them, in order to satisfy their needs, even for cosmetic changes. They asked me to not publish the app at all if I can’t provide a professional-grade support even for a free app. I don’t talk about help requests, or intelligent suggestions, but just bad feedback about how to make the app like their want/need.
So, starting from today, I’ve set Dukto as an hidden app on the Windows Store, so you’ll be able to install in only through the following link. When installed, you’ll get all the updates (if I’ll release any) like a normal app on the store.
Click here to install Dukto from the Windows Store: https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/9WZDNCRDD007
Thanks for your time and your interest in this project!