If the complaints of the developers in this story over at The Register are accurate then the problem with the Windows Store might not be that there are no good apps but instead that you simply can't find them. If a developer can't find their own app in the store using keywords in the title or description or even the ones they submitted to the store then how can you expect to? If the only good way to find an app is to know its exact name, how many apps are there in the store that no one but the developer has even seen? It is still possible that an improved search function will not help the Windows Store but at this point its reputation could not get all that much worse.
"Looking at the developer forums though, it seems that official guidance and assistance for this issue is not easy to find, which will not help Microsoft in its efforts to establish a strong Windows 10 app ecosystem."
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