Ladies and gentlemen, this was unexpected. We now have a fully functioning web version of the Windows Store! We can finally browse, search, and explore apps directly from the web browser without actually needing a Windows 8 PC. I will note right now that this is not officially by Microsoft; it is a third partyContinue reading “Welcome to the Fully Featured Web Version of the Windows Store”
It appears as though developers, especially those of the “big name” apps, are developing apps for Windows Phone 8 rather than Windows Phone 7, but why? This question may or may not come as a surprise, depending on how you look at the scenario. Any apps developed for the Windows Phone 7 platform will automatically,Continue reading “Why Developers are Developing for Windows Phone 8 rather than Windows Phone 7”
Valve’s flagship product, aside from its massively hit games, is Steam. Steam is a large software distribution service, with primary focus on PC games. Games on the Steam store are curated by Valve, ensuring that Games are safe and can meet the high quality standards.
Xbox games are rolling in to Windows 8. Today, we have two more Xbox games for you to enjoy on your PC. One of the neat things about Windows 8 is the Xbox LIVE integration. For the first time, Windows users will be able to enjoy what Xbox users have been able to enjoy forContinue reading “Two New Xbox Games Arrive on Windows 8”
Intel AppUp Center has joined the Metro Craze. Intel created the AppUp Center as an answer to Apple’s AppStore then, to create a central place for PC users to find and install apps for the PC and Windows platform. This was a pre-cursor to Microsoft’s own Windows Store that we have for Windows 8 today.Continue reading “Intel AppUp Center App is in Windows Store”
Microsoft is overhauling the Store in preparation for the RTM of Windows 8. Last week, the Store peaked at 322 total applications, as of yesterday, the number has dropped to 269 total apps visible to users. My analysis is showing that the Apps that debuted, but are now invisible are possibly the apps that willContinue reading “The Windows 8 Store is Ready for RTM – [Updated]”
A lot of our talk lately has been about CES week and many evolving things from Las Vegas. Well, what happens in Vegas may just stay in Vegas. As of late, many Apple rumors have been circulating throughout the web that include some of the top “heard of rummors”. During the week Apple sent invitesContinue reading “Apple: No CES, Egged in Beijing”
One of the many evolving apps in Apple’s App Store is the “VPN Once Click Professional”. When you first download the App from the App Store it prompts you with a request to subscribe for a cheap 1-Month pay of services for $0.99. So what exactly does this app do? Well, VPN (short for whatContinue reading “VPN One Click Pro: Finally Useful Functionality For Your iOS Device”
Who doesn’t hate having to use “https” or some other way of getting around a website blocker? Well, I can now say I have found the perfect solution. VPN (on Apple’s App Store) will escort you around any blocker.
Prior to Apple’s Media event Wednesday morning the Apple Store came up with an unfamiliar icon: So, this can only lead us to believe that we will be seeing some additions to the store when it is once again available. Keep checking Techtronica throughout the day for breaking news concerning Apple’s Media Event! UPDATE: TheContinue reading “Apple Store Down [Update: Back up, featuring iPad 2]”
As promised, Apple has made the Mac App Store live for all Mac OS X Snow Leopard users. The Mac App Store is now live and breathing with over thousand Apps. You need to execute the Software Update in your Mac OS X Snow Leopard based Mac. That will show up the Mac OS XContinue reading “Apple Mac App Store goes live with thousands of Mac Apps”