However, the description was in English and we posted about McAkins find here at WindowsObserver.com since it was a great discovery.
Well now the app has gone live to a broader audience and is now available in the Windows Store for almost everyone to download but there are a couple of things that will slow you down from using it.
The first is a need for a beta key. You can sign up at https://joinprojectspark.com/ but according to Microsoft they are sending out the codes in a slow and methodical manner.
The second item is that the Project Spark app is only compiled to run on x86/x64 platforms so if you are running Surface or Surface 2 you will get an error when you try to download the app.
Let us know when you get your beta keys and how the rest of the app is. I am waiting on mine so I hope to be able to get you more details on the app soon.