New Universal apps: PicsArt, Garmin Connect, Wall Street Journal
New Windows 10 apps flooding the Store
Good days for Windows 10 and Microsoft. The list with Universal Windows apps has increased with many new apps launched over the past few days. Here are some of the most attractive ones:
The company has updated the old Windows app to a UWP app for Windows 10 devices. PicsArt 2.7 features an improved layout and all traditional tools to edit your photos. You can create collages, apply hundreds of effects and filters, and even join the community to share ideas. PicsArt is a free app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.
Garmin Connect Mobile allows you to view data taken from your fitness tracker. The Universal app comes with a clean, dark interface, and exclusive Windows features like Live Tiles and Cortana Support. For example, you can ask Cortana about your daily progress. You can also share times or complete with the community and friends.
The app gives you an access to five different Wall Street Journal editions, but you need to be a subscriber to read all articles. The app has a traditional Windows 10 design with a hamburger menu and white dominated interface. You can browse content from many topics, read free articles or access premium content via your subscription.