Maybe you’ve heard Microsoft’s new project, Windows 8. What’s new? They got their own app store, finally. There were some screenshots of the Windows App Store appearing on the web previously, and it looks… very similar to Mac App Store. Today, we got a look at its Chinese version. Still looks familiar.
According to cnBeta, these screenshots are taken from a current pre-beta build of Windows 8, and they reveal a dedicated window geared toward downloading and managing apps with links to both Microsoft software and third-party programs from Mozilla and Tencent. What’s more, cnBeta also is claiming that internal testing of the store has been completed and that Microsoft will soon release it as a beta. Anyway, we wonder is there a need for Microsoft to refer to Apple’s design for building up the app store? There must be at least one alternative way to a kind of information.
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