Windows 10 Mobile apps hit one million subscribers, according to a new report from research firm The Next Web.
The report, published on Tuesday, said that Windows 10’s mobile app platform had grown to a whopping 1 million users.
Microsoft has been struggling to find a viable mobile operating system, as it struggles to maintain a healthy user base on mobile devices.
According to a report published last month by the InformationWeek, Microsoft’s Windows 10 app platform has been unable to sustain the growth that was expected.
With more than half of all Windows 10 apps, the report said, still in the Windows Insider program, Windows 10 could struggle to find its footing on mobile.
The report found that Windows 8.1 users were still the most engaged with the platform, with 76 percent of respondents identifying themselves as Windows users, followed by Windows Phone 8 users, Windows 8 users and Windows 7 users.
Windows 10 also failed to find the same level of engagement with Windows Phone as other popular Windows 10 devices, including the Apple iPhone 6, the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Windows Phone 8 had the lowest engagement, with just 5 percent of people reporting they use the platform.
The Next Web report found the Windows 10 platform has struggled to meet user expectations, as Microsoft’s mobile strategy is more focused on tablet and smartphone apps.
Windows 7, meanwhile, is struggling to gain traction with the overall PC market.
Windows 7 remains Microsoft’s most popular mobile OS, but that may be changing, as the company is now looking to expand into tablets and smartphones.