win8/10 touch compability

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    Hi Jarle

    Thanks for the feedback. We are watching with great anticipation where Microsoft goes with Windows 10 and will make a decision at that time with regards to a Metro Style touch interface Bluesound App.

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    AntiBob

    +1
    I agree, it would be better if the Windows desktop app had the same look and feel as the IOS/Android tablet apps.
    a) would be easier to use from a Windows tablet.
    b) would feel more consistent using from Win desktop.

    I was considering a Windows tablet as a controller until I used the Win desktop controller and realised what a ball ache it would be to use on a touch screen.

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    Tony W. - Product Support Manager

    Hi AntoBob

    If you are looking at using a Tablet solely as a Bluesound Controller, you will probably be better served both from a user experience and price point with an Android Tablet such as a 7" Samsung Galaxy Tab 4

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    Anders Gardebring

    Hi.

    I have developed a controller application for Windows 10 devices, its a universal app so it works on phone, desktop and tablet. Its more adapted for touch, so it works much better for tablet purposes than the official windows app as well.

    It's called "BluePlay Universal".
    Give it a try:
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/blueplay-universal/9nblggh4x2h7 

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