Why Abandon Billions? Universal apps provide access to ALL WINDOWS DEVICES equaling billions (85%) worldwide. Yet you side w/google & apple (less than 15% share)...

Why would you abandon Windows Phone? Windows Phone may only have a 3% market share today but its big brother Windows has a dominate 85% market share over all other devices. Microsoft Universal apps provide access to a market of billions of Windows devices PC, XBOX, Phone, Tablet, Servers, etc.. Further your web site is not very good. It can never provide the polish that applications can. Your choice is not logical. I provide & control 200+ windows phones and 400+ PC's to my user base. I have barred intuit applications and advised my users on other solutions. I advise other CIO's to do the same..."



They're abandoning Windows Phone, which is a platform that nobody uses/cares about.

Stop talking about Windows 10 here.

Intuit is not going to make a "universal Windows app" for you. Sorry, but it's the truth. The "Windows Store" on Windows 10 is another failed idea, just like Windows Phone.

So please, get off the Microsoft KoolAid and go get a real phone.

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