Microsoft is releasing an online shop for its sphere gadgets, app, and tech devices in a bid to boost the technology’s popularity in the consumer market.
The Microsoft Online Marketplace for Spheres and Spheres 2.0, which launches today, will let people search for products that can be bought online and also buy and sell them.
Microsoft says the portal is a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” for anyone interested in creating or developing apps and devices for use on the internet, and it will also allow people to search for new apps and add new devices to the marketplace.
Users can choose to pay a monthly subscription for the service, which will provide the user with a “single source” of information about all Microsoft products and devices.
The service will also be available for Windows 10 PCs and tablets.
Microsoft is also launching a new Microsoft-branded smartphone app for Windows Phones in the next few weeks.
The app, called Microsoft HoloLens, will have apps for HoloLens devices that are available for free, Microsoft says.
Microsoft’s latest products are now available in the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has not announced when it plans to launch the portal, which has been available since at least March.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said the portal could be launched “within a few weeks.”