The Underground app is all about student developers and the great experiences they create for Windows Phone. If you don’t know about this app yet – we will fill you in. The Underground app was created to feature apps and games developed by students. Support your peers, learn from them and join the student developer community.
Having trouble falling asleep? This app developed by a student is for you. Sleep provides 10 soothing sounds and accent sounds that will put you right to sleep. Sleep is a top rated Windows Phone app receiving 5.4 out of 5 stars on average.
If you are interested in developing an app, check out the Getting Started Guide. Are you thinking about developing an app like Sleep? Visit APP HUB quickstarts for help in developing an app with video and audio elements.
ColorFinder helps enhance your artistic eye. You can point your phone at any object and your phone will detect the color. With this app, you can copy colors and save them for reference later, as ColorFinder provides the RGB color and HEX color. Whether you are decorating your home, creating a nice PowerPoint or anything else – ColorFinder will help you find just the right shade.
A newly released app called Comp Sci Quiz helps you practice your computer science skills with this quick quiz. The app was developed David Rust-Smith, a recent graduate from the University of Waterloo.
If you missed this week’s content about game development, have no fear – it’s all right here! This week, we shared tips and tricks on how to develop games through our Microsoft Student Experience Facebook page and @MS_Student on Twitter. E3 happened June 4-June 7; be sure to check out their website for all of the exciting news the Xbox team shared. You can also visit the Xbox Facebook page and follow @Xbox on Twitter.