Retrica & Mix Radio apps in the making
New apps to be released for Windows Phones soon
Windows 10 may have triggered developers’ interest in building apps for the Windows ecosystem. During the Lumia 950 presentation in October, Microsoft confirmed that Facebook would release its slew of apps for Windows 10. We also know that many other companies, among them Viber, and Shazam, will launch redesigned apps for mobile and/or desktop.
Today we can add two more names to the waiting list – Retrica and Mix Radio.
Retrica has confirmed that their Windows app will available soon for smartphone users. The popular selfie camera app allows you to capture a photo of yourself, apply more than 100 filters, edit the photos and then share them with friends.
Mix Radio is working on a Universal Windows app – for phone and desktop. The former Nokia-owned service has confirmed on Twitter that a universal app is in the works. We expect the app in early 2016.