Splashtop allows touch screen Windows 8 development using an iPad

imageWindows 8 developers have a problem testing apps for tablets, given that the vast majority of PCs do not have touch screens. One touch screen device that has a pretty high penetration is however the iPad, and Splashtop’s Win8 Metro Testbed allows developers to remotely access their Windows 8 developer machine and try out all major Windows 8 gestures on their iPad.

The app supports:

  •     Swipe from the right to view the Charms menu
  •     Swipe from the left to switch apps
  •     Swipe left/right in Internet Explorer to move between pages
  •     Swipe down to bring up additional menus
  •     Swipe down on an item to select it
  •     Pull down from the top to close an app
  •     Swipe slowly from the left to run two apps side-by-side ("snapping")
  •     Swipe from left-and-back to show running apps
  •     Pinch to navigate files, folders, apps and data with Semantic Zoom
  •     And more

The iPad app costs $49.99 ($24.99 for a limited period at launch however) and can be found in the App store here.

Read more about the app at Splashtop here.

Via MobilityDigest.com

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