Come to Windows Phone
Mark Noble commented
I'd like Send to come to Windows Phone and the wider Windows ecosystem via a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app so it supports all Windows devices - especially those running Windows 10 S.
I suggest you...say something less idiotic sounding. "You requested Windows, so we're working on it.". Coming from official channels, that just makes WP devs and users' blood boil. If you don't, in fact, hate WP, say something that we can interpret as less than a slap in the face.
Like, "The Windows version is underway, we just needed the largest possible user base to start. We can't wait to use VS to code for our superior platform!".
Johnny Sayasane commented
Quote: "Many of you are also requesting a Windows Phone version, which we are currently working on." from https://blogs.office.com/2015/09/16/expanding-the-availability-of-send/#comment-443711
made me feel like sh*t. They don't even care. Why waiting for a request! This is your own platform. How can you do like this, I can't believe it.
RD RD commented
When I usually hear some new x,y,z app is launched for iOS/Android,first thing I try to do is see if its available for WP or not. Most of the time it turned out to be negative. Now I know the reason, When company who owns WP develop app for iOS first than no reason to ask any developer to make the app availale on WP. I will stick with current WP for few more months to see WP10 but never going to buy new Windows Phone.