Wednesday, May 24, 2023, 3:00 p.m. Indochina time.
When Microsoft revealed further plans for AI takeover at today’s Build developer conference, there were no aspects of its business that AI had touched on. on how AI will enter the Store starting from the new AI Hub
this is “A curated new section of the Microsoft Store where we promote the best AI experiences built by the developer community and Microsoft.” The company said in a press release. which will use this area for “Educate clients on how to start and grow their AI journey, inspiring them to use AI in their daily lives to increase productivity. Spark creativity and more.” Examples include apps like Luminar Neo, Descript, Podcastle, Copy.ai, Kickresume, Play.ht, and other services. that lets users tap into AI to help create content.
The Store will also receive an AI-generated review summary that takes feedback from other users about apps and games. and create a concise summary of what’s said. That way, people don’t have to scrutinize. There are “thousands of reviews” that Microsoft attributes to some of the most popular apps.
If you’re a Windows Insider, you’ll be able to try out a new feature in Preview that restores your Store app icons when you switch to a new Windows 11 device. You’ll need to migrate from Windows 10 or 11 settings to. start and when you switch back and forth The icon for your Store app will “received automatically from that location [คุณ] Available — on the start menu and taskbar”
Developers are provided with AI support, such as auto-generated keywords and suggested search tags in the Partner Center, which will use AI to “Use your metadata and other signals, and help you improve your app’s discovery in Microsoft Store search results.” The company also added the ability to list your apps in multiple categories.
Microsoft Store Ads are expanding in a few ways as well. First, they’ll be added to search results on Bing starting next month. So those who use the browser to search for things will be aware of the related Windows app too. Next month, they’ll be expanding outside of the US to more than 150 regions around the world. And developers will be given the option to display multiple ads in the spotlight section of the Store.
Most of the consumer features announced in the Microsoft Store today will be available. “recently” And no more specific time frame has been shared. It remains clear that the company intends to bring AI to every part of its business and all its products.