"One of the big ideas underlying Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system is “universal” apps, meaning the same version can run on a personal computer, tablet and smartphone — no separate version is required for each gadget.Video Feature: ‘Universal’ Apps for Windows 10 That Call Many Gadgets Home - The New York Times
That is a great hook to spur a proliferation of apps for Windows 10-based devices. But since the operating system’s release in late July, apps built for the software have not exactly taken off. That could be because the mobile version of Windows 10 for phones and smaller tablets — which ought to prompt wider adoption of the operating system — is not yet available, though you can download a preview edition to test on your phone."
Thursday, September 03, 2015
Video Feature: ‘Universal’ Apps for Windows 10 That Call Many Gadgets Home - The New York Times
Check the full article for snapshot reviews of some first-wave universal apps