ASUS World Clock App hit the Windows 8 Store

[Update 2012-10-28: For those of you coming here for information about this App. ASUS has released an update to the App in the Store, at least I have received the update. I saw it in my “Your Apps” list in the store and I installed it successfully. Strange is that if you search for the App in the Store you wont find it, but I could installed it from my App history.

So I am assuming I could receive this update only because I am running on an ASUS tablet albeit an old one (ASUS EP121) made for Windows 7, but installed Win8 on it. So if you have an ASUS device, I think this will be pushed to you one way or the other, and if you buy any modern ASUS device with Windows 8, you will definitely get this. Let me know if you noticed this too or any other anomalies regarding this app. So many people are looking for it I can see.
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What do we have here?! The very first App from an OEM to hit the Store. Well done ASUS, hopefully you’ll continue to lead the trend this way.

World Clock is an app whose title says it all. If you travel a lot, you’ll appreciate this app that shows you the clock in each timezone defined. Give the app a try and lets hear how you like it. The app works both on ARM and Intel platforms, and can be found in the Tools Category, or just click this link: http://apps.microsoft.com/webpdp/app/25620db8-58fd-408e-93ad-965b193fe2f5

[Update: 2012-07-14]
Just found out that the App has been pulled from the Store. This could be as a result of a bug being that the app was recently updated. But I will like to believe the app was pulled by ASUS and Microsoft in preparation for the RTM of Windows 8. I mentioned somewhere on this blog that Samsung’s OEM apps were all recently pulled too. I don’t think this is a coincidence. Stay tuned for more news on this as it becomes available.

[Update: 2012-09-08]
It is almost two months further and post-RTM and ASUS refuses to release this app for the General Public. If you’ve downloaded the before RTM, you should be able to re-download the app post-rtm via your “MyApps” section. For those of you missing this App, there is a similar app in the Store: World Clock Wave. So go get it if you really can’t wait for ASUS.

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