What I find interesting is that on the iPhone and iPad, it doesn’t feel wrong to see an app using the Metro UI. Whereas a Mac app that looked and felt as Windows-y as this app feels Metro-y would feel like nails on a chalkboard. I think it has something to do with every app being full-screen and immersive on iOS. Also: the fact that Metro is nice.
(Funny to read the comments on this post from Android users. E.g. “iOS before larger market share Android? LAME.”)
★ Wednesday, 7 December 2011