Vevo, edjing, and other Windows 8 apps arrive just ahead of Microsoft’s Build developer event


Microsoft is travelling to San Francisco next week to hold its annual Build conference and convince developers to create Windows 8 apps. Exactly one week before the conference begins, it’s unveiling a number of new Windows 8 applications that third-party developers have been working on. Popular DJ app edjing will be made available on Windows 8 this week, with pre-cueing and a pitch shifter feature to mix songs from a music library. It’s one of the first big-name iOS and Android DJ apps to make its way over to Windows 8, and Microsoft claims it took 15 days to develop the app.

Continuing the theme of entertainment, Vevo, the music industry’s video service for the web, is also debuting on Windows 8 this week. Vevo has created a Snap View…

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