Windows 8 – App Highlight: TuneIn

  Having local, easy to use radio is great, but it doesn’t really matter if the app’s layout is awful. Luckily, TuneIn has a clean, easy-to-use interface and works a lot better than using a traditional web browser to gather up all these stations. Is this app perfect? For what it does, yes, I really can’t see it getting any better. It displays information in a way that looks nice and it streams without issues or glitches. Unlike SlackerRadio, I don’t need any kind of membership sign up (even if its free with Slacker) and that’s a big bonus for me. Entertainment, music and game apps are some of the most important apps when it comes to tablet operating systems, so having solid apps that demonstrate that Windows 8 can compete against Android and iOS is great. Sure, productivity tools are important too, but let’s face it, the vast majority of tablet users really don’t care much about that right now, though the power of Windows could certainly change the landscape of tablet productivity as well. What do you think of TuneIn? Do you use another music app in Metro instead? Overall, what do you think of the app scene in Windows 8 Release Preview? Share your thoughts below!]]>

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