Id like to use stackexchange from any app available in the market,the browser kills me when searching sites.

  • This question probably belongs in meta. And as far as I know, there are some "viewers" on the store but not a definitive kind of apps which can help you in editing the posts or anything. It's not there even on iOS or Android yet.
    – Mohit
    Jan 23 '14 at 5:52

An official Android version has recently been released http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2014/01/stack-exchange-for-android-is-here/. An iOS version is in the works, but unfortunately no word on a Windows Phone version.

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    In the comments of the thread where they announce the new API V2.2 they made somewhat clear that they don't have plans right now to do an WP app and the API provide the ways to someone else to do. :'( Mar 7 '14 at 16:12
  • I downloaded the iOS app yesterday. Works a treat! :-) Feb 19 '15 at 9:46

The answer is Yes. And here is one you can use. Not officially created nor has a title of StackExchange but it does possesses all the features you'll need. I'm using it and very happy with that. Please have a look.


Yup there is! But the thing is its a WebApp.

You can get from here. http://www.windowsphone.com/en-in/store/app/webapps/49e97b4c-7715-4103-8519-066244fc9e2f?signin=true

  • You might want to elaborate a little more about what WebApp does and the pros/cons.
    – karancan
    Jan 23 '14 at 16:32
  • It also appears to be only on the India store
    – Rowland Shaw Mod
    Jan 31 '14 at 12:41

There isn't an official one so NO is the answer. But one or 2 people have wrapped the mobile web app and published but this is same as visiting stack overflow on you mobile browser.


I know that this is a WP [meta] site, but there is now a SE iOS app. Yesterday, on a whim, I had the same question, as the OP, myself and searched the AppStore. To my surprise I found one. I downloaded it, and it is very good.

Highly Recommended.


There is one app, still not an official app, but it has a very good user interface, designed using the Windows 10 design language. Its called Stackie

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All StackExchange sites are available. Scroll down the Pin a Site modal to reveal and pin your favorite Stack Sites.

  • The app is not limited. Other sites appear once you scroll down the list. Yes, it is a Windows 10 UWP app.Thanks for pointing it out. It works great for me.
    – Kolappan N
    Feb 1 '17 at 2:58
  • Okay, I hadn't found that out. Let me check it out and edit my comment. Thanx Feb 1 '17 at 20:10

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