Windows 8′s app landscape: Healthy, lagging, or sick?

Windows 8′s app landscape: Healthy, lagging, or sick?

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New App density for a mobile platform is a key component to its viability. The more applications, and the higher their quality, the stronger the end-user experience can be. This has always been the case – the success of Windows has been built on its truth – but it has become...
Windows 8′s app landscape: Healthy, lagging, or sick?
                                       

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