SmartGlass lets you interact with your Xbox 360 by turning your Windows device into a controller with a screen. You can sync up your Xbox music, get interactive info for the content you are viewing on TV, sync up your achievements, and more.
Every time I pressed a picture for the apps I got a popup asking me to join a subscription list.
It was interesting to see and read you list, but there are other good sites on the internet with equally good articles without that annoying popup… I will most likely read on those sites instead of this site.
Perhaps another google search in the future will take me to this site and hopefully I will forgot about this and hopefully I can read the actual article without frustration, and by doing so I might be more interested in this site.
Are some of these region-locked for some bizarre reason? I’m in Australia and I can’t find quite a few of them in the Windows Store, including Slacker Radio and LivingSocial. Clicking on their links from apps.microsoft.com just redirects to the main Store page.
Is there an app that I can use on Windows 8 which is a calendar for firefighters who use the red (A), blue (B), green (C) shift schedule. This would be terrific. Most departments use the same shift calendar so it would be used nationwide.
It might be a really simple App, but the Remote Desktop Metro app is actually really cool. Since it acts pretty much exactly like the standard desktop, when working with multiple machines, just click the upper left of the screen to switch between the Desktop of your main machine, and the Desktop of your Remote Machine.