Trakt for Windows now has a Universal Windows app

by Radu Tyrsina

CEO and Founder

Radu Tyrsina has been a Windows fan ever since he got his first PC, a Pentium III (a monster at the time). For most kids his age, the internet was a… Read More


Trakt is a universal Windows 10 application, which has just been released on Windows Store as a third-party service. The service called ‘TV Show Tracker – client’, is a well-regarded entertainment tracking app designed to track the progress of TV shows and movies as they air. App users can keep track of their favorite movies or series as they stay alerted whenever there is new content to watch, thanks to the service’s ability to mark content as watched or unwatched.

The description of the app on the store reads as follows:

“-QUICK access to your TV shows

– Sleek and efficient design

– DISCOVER popular and trending shows

– CALENDAR of upcoming episodes

– TRACK your progress

– OFFLINE ACCESS to your data

– IMPORT your TVShow save

– STATS on the consumption of your TV shows

– LIVE tiles for app and shows

– FREE access to all main features without restriction on issue number

– SAVE your data on your account

Thousands and thousands of TV shows are available through the app.

The app is designed to use tracking service back and a few days ago an update was sent to the store which upgraded the app to version 1610. The features that come with the update are no doubt very handy including instant notifications, a registration button to access the registration page, and some login bug fixes.

There is no official Windows Store app for Track dedicated to Windows devices, however, with this third-party Windows app initiative, users will get a similar experience to for Windows, on their Windows mobiles. 10.

To use the application, users need to follow the easiest procedure, just create a Track account and get all the privileges available in the Windows application. To download and run the app, the minimum PC requirement is to have a device running Windows 8.1 or above operating system.

Don’t have the app yet? You understand here.

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