Figure and Shazam developers talk about making Windows 10 music apps
Microsoft wants to show off how the teams of two popular music-based apps, Figure and Shazam, created their recent universal Windows 10 versions for both PC and Mobile. The promotion comes via the official blog of Steve Guggenheimer, Microsoft's chief developer evangelist.
Developer Propellerhead first launched the Windows 10 version of Figure in December. The app, which initially launched for iOS, allows people to compose and create their own music beats. Propellerhead decided to release Figure on Windows 10 ahead of Android due to the new audio drivers on Microsoft's platform.
Shazam, which allows users to discover new music tracks, was easy to create for Windows 10, according to product manager Piotr Bar:
Figure is even looking towards the future, and a possible launch of an app for Microsoft HoloLens
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