It’s beautiful to imagine how productive and focused you’ll be when you finally start using a productivity app, but that’s not how it works. For productivity apps to work, you have to work the apps. These are the five lessons I’ve learned on how to make productivity apps work for you.
At the Microsoft Build developer conference, Microsoft announces something called Universal Windows Platform Bridges, toolkits that enable even Android and iOS developers to bring their apps to the Windows Store without tweaking them too much. I wonder how many would do it.