Apps made in Belgium: new in the Store #1
Last week the Windows Store passed the 100,000 apps frontier, underlining strong app momentum for Windows 8. New top apps are coming to the Windows Store each day including OpenTable, Rhapsody, Rockmelt, Time Out and Vevo. We’re also excited about partners that are committed to building for the platform such as Facebook, Flipboard, Foursquare and new titles from Disney.
The Windows Phone Store today counts +160,000 apps, including all your favorite apps, plus some exclusives.
Thanks to the Microsoft developer community in Belgium both Stores also include a variety of local must have apps – the crème the la crème of which can be found in Johan Peeters’ Belgian tiles app (download here for Windows 8 | Windows Phone).
Today we’re kicking off a series of blog posts to highlight new additions to the Store, made exclusively by app builders in Belgium. Here we go!
Verdwijnpunt Poems by Geert Vandenweghe, exclusively available on Windows 8.
|SwimCalc SwimCalc is an easy and free to use app to track all of your swims.|
|star breaker Remake of a classic arcade game: destroy all planets!||
Viner Free The first personal, feature rich Vine viewer for Windows Phone!
|Knack.be Currently unavailable, but will be in the Store again soon.||
Kabouter Wesley Soundboard This app contains the funniest (Dutch) sentences of the most famous gnome of Belgium.
|Celebrity Quest Stunning puzzle game to find 180 of the most famous celebrities on the globe.||
The Office Soundboard Featuring that famous sentence: "That's what she said."
Get inspired by these recently published Belgian apps and build your own app this summer. Join the Developer Summer Quest today and stand a chance to win a Surface Pro. On top of that, you can win hundreds of other prizes (including a Surface RT, Nokia Lumia 820, Nokia Lumia 520, … ) at each challenge of the quest.
- Learn about app development on the Microsoft Virtual Academy
- Publish a Windows 8 App before September 15, 2013
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