Windows 8, 10 App Check: BBC Earth Wonders
The BBC Earth Wonders app has been recently launched in the Windows Store for Windows 8 and Windows RT users, joining other apps launched by BBC, such as BBC Good Food, Top Gear News and others. Read below for more details regarding this Windows 8 BBC app.
First of all, let me start by saying that I absolutely hate paid Windows 8 apps that don’t let you try out the title for a few days, at least. Unfortunately, such is the case with BBC Earth Wonders. Truth be told, for $1.99, its price, you will get access to amazing content, the kind that only BBC can make. More than 500 stunning HD images from the natural world and 50 HD video clips will await for you to discover and enjoy them.
BBC Earth Wonders brings high-quality content on Windows 8
This BBC Earth Wonders app showcases some of the most beautiful BBC natural history content, taken from landmark series such as Planet Earth, Frozen Planet and Life, along with stunning images from world-renowned natural history photographers. We won’t give it all away now, of course, but with this app you’ll learn an astonishing fact (or two) about the diminutive spectral tarsier, one of the world’s most unusual and secretive primates. The killer whale is a whale by name only – can you imagine what species it actually is?
By using the BBC Earth Wonders Windows 8 app you will be able to explore awesome content using a simple map interface and the HD video option will bring 50 points of interest with a 30 second clip of pin-sharp HD video. The “Picture of the day” feature will bring you daily a new amazing picture accompanied by a little-known fact. If you’re looking for a Windows 8 BBC app with amazing content to be displayed beautifully on your Windows 8 tablet, then you have found it. Follow the link from below to download it.
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