TabTimes - The Tablet Business Magazine launches as a Windows 8 app The go-to resource for business and professional tablet users is ready for the new wave of Windows RT and Windows 8 tablets
NEW YORK, Oct. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TabTimes, the only media entity focused on tablet industry and on tablet uses for business and productivity, is available now as one of the first news apps in the Windows Store - timed with the launch of Windows 8.
While following the common interface of Windows news apps, this app design is optimized for the mix of news, opinions and magazine articles which makes TabTimes the reference information source for the tablet ecosystem and for managers leading tablet projects in organizations.
In addition to daily coverage of the industry news and trends, TabTimes' Windows app offers reviews of the best devices, selections of the best Windows apps, profiles of leading organizations deploying tablets, and opinions and analyses from tablet experts.
"We are confident that Windows 8 will quickly gain acceptance as a tablet OS by professionals and business people, and we intend to help all make the most out of their devices," says Patrick Pierra, CEO of TabTimes. "We aim to achieve this, at the individual level, by pointing to the best business and productivity apps and alerting users on the most promising devices and accessories. At the corporate level we will be highlighting market trends, best practices and profiling managers leading successful tablet projects."
TabTimes - The Tablet Business Magazine is available worldwide now in the News section of the Windows Store, at http://tabtim.es/windows
TabTimes provides information and marketing solutions to the tablet ecosystem. It is published as an iPad app, as a Windows app, as a web app for tablets, as a daily email newsletter and as a website at TabTimes.com. TabTimes also organizes the Tablet Strategy and TabletBiz conferences devoted to maximizing tablet productivity by organizations. TabTimes is based in New York, with editors also located in the San Francisco Bay Area and in London, UK. For more information, see TabTimes.com/about.