A few days ago, Tapatalk has released the official Windows 8 app in the Windows Store. However, for the time being, the app is limited to Windows RT and Windows RT 8.1 device, but that will soon change, as Tapatalk will release an update in March that will bring support for touch and desktop Windows 8 devices, as well.
Those of you who love to read forum postings and also participate in creating content on those forums; were probably waiting for a long while for Tapatalk to land in the Windows Store as it is one of the most used apps on mobile platforms for accessing Internet forums. The official Windows 8 Tapatalk app supports plenty of forum communities, running on: phpBB3, vBulletin, xenForo, IPBoard, Simple Machine, MyBCC, bbPress, Kunena , Vanilla and ProBoards, as well.
Start exploring online forums with Tapatalk for Windows 8
Discover robust online communities and stay connected with your favorite forums on-the-go with this award-winning mobile app. Tapatalk is the only mobile app combining over 50,000 internet communities in a streamlined mobile experience. Fast and accessible features allow you to read posts, share photos, and keep updated on private messages in all your forum communities within a single mobile app.
Tapatalk supports high resolution displays in portrait or landscape layouts, so it will look just as great on your Windows 8 desktop or touch device. There are more than 50,000 forums that Tapatalk currently supports, so there are big chances you will find yours among them. The first update that Tapatalk for Windows 8 will receive will add more forums, among other new features.
A really cool feature is that you get unlimited image hosting for the photos that you take with your Windows RT or Windows 8 tablet. If you are using Tapatalk on other devices, you should know that the activity is synchronized cross-platform. When Tapatalk will update their app with full support for Windows 8 devices, we will definitely let you know. For now, follow the link from below and download it if you own a Windows RT device.