Courtesy of the developer(s) known only as Ponn, Readable Feed Reader is a well-designed, but bare-bones RSS feed aggregator. It can currently do little more than cover the basics, but is that enough?
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Here's an interview with Russell Ivanovic, head honcho of Shifty Jelly, makers of Pocket Casts. The app's been a staple for me for the better part of a decade, and now, there's a Windows app for it.
Gone is Twitter's clunky, abandoned native UWP app. What we get now is an interesting, but not-quite-as-slick web app that's ripe for release, given Windows' upcoming support for Progressive Web Apps.
SoundByte is a great-looking app for streaming audio from services like SoundCloud and YouTube among others. Here's a quick review of it, along with an interview with its developer, Dominic Maas.
MyTube! is a handy third-party YouTube app for Windows made on the UWP platform. It manages to one-up YouTube's website on several turns, in ways that just might make it indispensable for some.
Bardi Golriz's Appy Text is a well-designed minimal writing app that supports markdown. It acts as a solid example of how functional UWP apps can be despite their current limitations.
If you're a fan of Material wallpapers, this might be something to check out. Tapet generates an endless amount of wallpapers with different colors and shades based on your preferences.
Muviz is a free and pretty customizable Android app that hooks into whatever music or audio you're listening to and overlays a visualization of the audio over your navigation bar.
The spotlight is on Navbar Apps: an app that allows Android users to skin their navigation bar in a number of different ways. We take a look at everything good - and everything bad - around the app.