We have seen corporations such as HP and Intel add their own apps to the Windows Store feature in Windows 8 in the weeks leading up to the official launch of the OS on October 26th. This week, you can add yet another major business who has their own Windows 8 app, and its from a company that is definitely not in the tech category.
The clothing line United Colors of Benetton have released their app on the Windows Store, offering users a way to check out the latest selections and styles from the Italian-based fashion company. Some of you may be more familiar with the ads that Benetton releases, some of which were controversial when they were first released, including ads in 2011 which showed manipulated images of world leaders kissing.
The free Windows 8 app also features news from Benetton, a way to find stores that sell their clothes and even the official Benetton Internet music channel, which offers up a selection of what we would assume is approved Benetton music. It's likely we will see more large but non-tech Windows 8 app added to the Windows Store ahead of the official Windows 8 launch.