Windows 8 apps Archive

NORAD’s Santa Tracking Effort Now Relies On Windows Azure and Bing Maps

Over at Windows 8 Update, we recently discussed how NORAD’s Santa Tracker was getting an official Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 app. While this might not seem like that major of news, it does see an

NORAD’s Santa Tracking Effort Now Relies On Windows Azure and Bing Maps

Over at Windows 8 Update, we recently discussed how NORAD’s Santa Tracker was getting an official Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 app. While this might not seem like that major of news, it does see an

NORAD releases official Santa Tracking app for Windows 8 and RT

It has become a tradition for many families that you watch out for Santa on Christmas Eve through the use of the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s updates. This service has evolved over the years as technology

Tweetro+ is now in Windows Store, will cost $9.99

More than once now, we’ve talked about Tweetro. This Windows 8/RT app was the unfortunate victim of Twitter’s relatively restrictive API limitations, which only allow 100,000 licenses before it locks up completely. After that, Tweetro removed the

Tweetro will Soon Return as Paid-app, "Tweetro+"

  While there is a lot to love about Windows 8, one of the bittersweet aspects is that many of the major social networks we love to use have yet to officially get apps that work with

Due to Twitter Token Cap, Tweetro has Now been Removed from Windows Store

Earlier this week, we reported that Tweetro for Windows 8/RT was basically busted. The problem wasn’t anything that was directly the fault of the app. Instead, without an official Twitter client for Windows 8, Tweetro had become

Which Apps Should You Grab with Your New Copy of Windows 8?

So you’ve just fired up your fresh upgrade to Windows 8 or perhaps you ran out and bought a brand new Windows 8/RT device. What now? While there aren’t nearly as many apps in Windows 8 as

Windows 8 Premium App Review: Hit Me ($1.49)

Earlier today I reviewed the premium app “Meduza”. While I wasn’t that impressed with my first paid Windows 8 app, I thought I’d give it another go. The next app up for review is “Hit Me”. Based

AMD adds Android app support as a new weapon against Intel and ARM Windows 8 devices

When it comes to tablets, how important is the mobile processor inside? The truth is that the vast majority of consumers in the tablet market seem to pay little mind to what brand or design of processor

The First Public Sector Windows 8 application is here

It seems the first public sector application has been developed for the Windows Store. The app is called Bay County Tax Collector and it’s made specifically for the Bay County, Florida tax office. The app is designed to