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Windows 8: Two new 3rd party apps using the new Metro UI

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    Windows 8: Two new 3rd party apps using the new Metro UI

    With most developers around the world having to wait until BUILD to find out how to develop for Windows 8, some companies are already cranking out Windows 8 apps! See two of them here.

    So far, all we’ve seen of applications utilizing Windows 8’s new user interface is what Microsoft has publicly demonstrated. But now, just 2-and-a-half weeks away from Microsoft’s BUILD conference, I’ve managed to unearth a couple of portfolios showcasing the first Windows 8 apps to be seen in the wild by 3rd party, non-Microsoft entities — one of them, being from USA Today. Click on the image below to view the gallery containing all the high-resolution images:
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    Hmm, you beat me - LOL. I was just about to post the same but was apparently too late to read my mail. It is interesting.
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Windows 8: Two new 3rd party apps using the new Metro UI
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