With the release of Windows 10 Anniversary Update which was released on August 2nd 2016, we have been looking forward to Project Centennial which allows us to list our win32 applications on the Windows Store. We have been working with Microsoft’s Centennial team for the last two months to port our applications to the Store.
As of today, we are pleased to announce 7 of our Windows applications have made it to the Windows Store. As the Windows Store does not offer us the opportunity to release both 32 and 64 bit applications, we opted for the 64 bit versions of our applications to be listed. This make sense considering that most Windows 10 users are currently running the 64 Bit version of Windows.
The 7 applications are
- Batch TIFF Resizer (US$45.49)
- ComboTIFF Pro (US$29.99)
- Batch It (US$29.99)
- Memory Pictures Creator (US$10.99)
- Memory Pictures Viewer (Free)
- Batch JPEG Date Changer (US$9.99)
- Batch JPEG Rotator (US$9.99)
For a limited time, we are offering the above applications at a discount.