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It’s taken a few years, but Valve has finally released a Steam app for the platform. The app means that Microsoft fans don’t have to rely on third-party offerings to authenticate their accounts anymore.
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As for other features, the app lets users send and accept trades with friends, sell virtual items via the Steam community and browse the storefront. In a cool touch, users can also remotely download and install games to their PC from their Windows Phone.
Now, what are the chances of an Inception moment, featuring a universal Steam app for the desktop via the Windows Store?