1 – Firefox adapts to Windows 8 touch-first interface
A very early build of Mozilla’s browser now works on the new touch-centric Metro user interface of Windows 8. Oops, we’re not supposed to say Metro anymore. Read this article by Stephen Shankland on CNET News.
2 – Windows 8 apps for the productive Desktop user
Greg Shultz takes a look at a selection of apps that he thinks are a good fit for the desktop user running Windows 8 with a keyboard and mouse.
3 – Groove Music Player Learns While You Listen, Builds Custom Mixes, Helps You Rediscover Music You Own
Don’t know what to listen to? With Groove, find the perfect playlist for any occasion in just a few taps. Imagine having your own personal DJ. Groove studies your listening habits and creates a wide variety of instant mixes to keep your music fresh. You’ll never have to manually create a playlist again.
Groove has become an instant hit with music lovers on Apple’s App Store. As such, the windows 8 version comes with the same outstanding features in a fresh new design.
4 – Audible – Manage Your Audio Books in Windows 8
Not enough time for all the books you want to enjoy? Download the app by Audible, an Amazon company, to listen to books on the go.
Immerse yourself in a great story anytime, anywhere, by downloading from a
breathtaking range of 100,000+ titles to your Windows 8 device—from best sellers to classics, and everything in-between.
5 – UC BrowserHD: The Best Modern UI Web Browser For Windows 8 & RT So Far
UC Browser HD is a web browser developed by UCWeb Inc. for Windows 8 users to enjoy the ultimate web surfing experience in Modern UI. Speedy and stable browsing, a convenient Speed Dial, various search engines… There are so many great features for you to discover. UC Browser HD for Windows 8.