By Laura G. Smith/Wired Microsoft today launched an app called iclud that lets people sign up to download an app without signing into their Microsoft account.
The app can be downloaded on the Microsoft Store and the Microsoft Insider Program, which is currently available only to Windows Insiders.
The app, which was launched yesterday, is available for Windows Insulators and Windows 10 PCs and tablets.
Microsoft said in a blog post that the app lets people download apps by simply signing in to their Microsoft Account, or by creating an account with an email address.
IClud is the latest app Microsoft has created for Windows 10 and the next iteration of Windows 10 Mobile, which launches this fall.
Microsoft has also added an app to Windows 10 called Office 365, which will let you download and manage Office 365 apps.
Microsoft previously announced plans to launch an app for iOS devices in the coming weeks.
Microsoft also announced a new service for developers called Microsoft OneNote, which it says is “coming soon.”
Microsoft has been releasing apps for Windows Phone since September 2015.