Ever since the Surface Dial went on sale, browsing through the Windows Store for apps compatible with the radial haptic input accessory has proved to be a daunting task. Well, the problem is no more. Microsoft recently published a new Windows Store app collection, making it easier to find applications which work with the Surface Dial.
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The new collection, which can be found here, includes applications such as Sketchable, Spiraty, Drawboard PDF, Spotify, and more. Microsoft’s own applications such as OneNote, Windows Maps, and Groove Music are included in the collection too. Even with this so, it would appear that the current list of supported applications is not that impressive at the moment, but Microsoft has been helping third party developers add support for the Surface Dial to their applications.
Microsoft has said that the Surface Dial is a ” completely new way to interact with technology,” allowing you to customize, access, navigate, and reimagine physical tools in the digital world. So, if you’re not already the owner of a Surface Dial, you can purchase one by visiting the Microsoft Store.