New York Times Crossword App for Windows 8, 10 Showcased
At the Surface Pro 3 launch event from New York which ended a few hours ago, we got to see Microsoft’s biggest and most powerful tablet, as well as hints to an upcoming version of the Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud for Windows 8. Another exclusive software which was showcased was New York Times’s crossword app, which is already available for iPhone, iPad and Android users. And, by the looks of it, it will soon be available in the Windows Store for Windows 8 and Windows RT users, too.
Popular crossword app from New York times to land soon on Windows 8
The quality of the above screenshot isn’t quite awesome, but we have to blame Microsoft and its quality of the webcast for that. What we can see, however, is that it comes with a different design than the apps currently available for Android or iOS users and I suspect the 12-inch display is to “blame” for that. For example, here’s how it looks on the iPad:
There hasn’t been given a time frame as to when we’ll see it on the Windows Store, but I can assure you that we’ll be here to report and thoroughly review it once it gets released.
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