In Pictures: Top Metro apps for Windows 8 power users

The Windows 8 Metro application ecosystem is evolving. Here are 17 early entrants worth adding to your tablet or PC

MetroTwit Metro has all sorts of Twitter and Twittified apps, and they’re revved and updated constantly, but the one that takes the cake over and over again is Long Zheng’s MetroTwit. With a genuinely useful implementation of the Start screen’s live tile, full support for more than one Twitter account (in the ad-free Pro version), tweet “undo,” touch support that’s ingrained not tacked on, constant updating, and a gorgeous layout, MetroTwit is something of a poster boy for how to do Metro apps right.

MetroTwit: Free; premium version AU$5

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