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    There won't be an official Mixer app for Windows 10 anytime soon. But here's a third-party one that isn't too bad.
    How many times in the past has the Windows developer community come in clutch when the first-party doesn't want to know? In the case of Mixer, you know, that Microsoft-owned streaming platform, there's an app for the Xbox One and that's it.
    There are also apps for Android and iOS that are very good, as well as ones over there that let you stream from mobile. On Windows, there's nothing.
    But now, there is something. Mixer+ is a third-party creation that lets you watch Mixer streams without the need to go to the website. It works on PCs and phones and while it's barebones at the moment, the core functionality works pretty well.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    10-17-2017 12:10 PM

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