The app might be hidden. Your regional settings may be incorrect — This includes payment methods do not match with your country or region, or the app isn’t available in your territory. The app is not longer available at the Windows Store.

To address the issues described above, check this Microsoft Surface article. Additionally, you can also try to remedy this problem by using the following:

Solution #1

Clear the Windows Store cache (or temporary data) and try again. Use the  + R to bring the Run command and type wsreset.exe and click OK (Clearing the cache can also help when the Windows Store isn’t opening). If the command was executed successfully you’ll receive the following message: The cache for the store was cleared. You can now browse the store for apps.

Solution #2

Open the Apps troubleshooter, follow on-screen instructions and try again getting the app you want from the Store. This is a utility designed specifically to automatically find and fix common problems with apps — Microsoft only has the utility in English, but it works in Windows RT and in Windows 8. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.