There are plenty of quotes app to choose from in the Windows 8 Store, but we have been approached to review this simple new one, called “Awesome Quotes!”. It only has a size of 0.3 MB and is filed in the Lifestyle category.
There’s not too much to be said about this quotes app for Windows 8 users besides the fact that it contains plenty of quotes that you can learn or use them to inspire you in your daily actions. After using the app for a few minutes, I’ve discovered various quotes from such personalities as Voltaire, Benjamin Franklin, William Shakespeare and many, many others.
Discover daily quotes on your Windows 8 tablet
A small collection of “awesome” quotes to give you a little inspiration for the day, or just something to think about…
The app is nicely designed and comes with a refresh button that you can hit after you have understood and analyzed the previous quote. There’s plenty of room for innovating this app, such as adding categories. People would want to discover quotes by different categories, such as love, family, intelligence and many others. But if you need to learn quickly a new quote, you can install it on your Windows 8 tablet and use it whenever you feel like you need some advice.
Important update: the app cannot be found anymore on the Store or Google Play. IN case you are addicted to this app, try to search it on other online services.
Quotes software for Windows users in 2018
Other great apps that you could use to create quotes can be found as online services. For example, Quotient App is a great choice for personal use as well as for businesses. You can find more details about its features and pricing on the official website. Another great site for creating quotes directly on beautiful images is Recite. All you have to do on this site is to write your quote and to choose the main design details.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in January 2014 and has been since revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.Editor's Note: This article was originally published in January 2014 and was revamped and updated in January 2019 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.