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A complete walkthrough of how to take your app and publish it to the Windows Store and make it available to over 350 million users on all Windows 10 devices including the Xbox One.

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    George Birbilis

    [16:58]
    the "share the user's physical location with other users" has nothing to do with location awareness for filtering news etc. It is for apps that allow users for example to see each other on a map, say to find each other at some excursion or concert etc.

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    George Birbilis

    [50:28]
    https://aka.ms/2016devcenterupdate

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    bc3tech

    [16:58]
    the "share the user's physical location with other users" has nothing to do with location awareness for filtering news etc. It is for apps that allow users for example to see each other on a map, say to find each other at some excursion or concert etc.

    ah, yes right you are - misspoke there. Good catch! Sharing vs interrogating is the difference here. If you interrogate location for purposes of, say, data filtering in your app, the manifest declaration takes care of letting the Store know that your app does this.

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    carlomendoza

    One particular scenario that's a bit confusing is that I can allow a LOB app to be available for "Windows 10 Xbox" is that really supported?

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