@magicalclick: Except OneNote uses the MX convention: OneNote MX
I'm assuming that stands for Mobile eXperience.
Or Metro Modern eXperience
MX ??? I guess I will say RTMX
How about WSa? -- "Windows Store app" Wouldn't want to confuse anyone...
BUT, you can target Arm/RT only for your Windows app. So you could maybe add RT to your app name if that is the case perhaps. Not sure if there is a naming rule convention to follow.
To be honest, the only justification I can think of for calling things "Windows Store Apps" is entirely to get away from people branding applications with something like RT or MX. It gives the impression that it isn't the "real" version, which devalues the idea that these are every bit as capable as other Windows applications. The aim is for their not to be a convention like that so that, for example, a WSA version of Photoshop would just be called "Photoshop".
And yes, it's apparent that if that is the goal, yet again the Office team didn't get the memo...
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