But the Metro interface really shines on a tablet, where you can flick through pages of tiles and tap on the one you want.
State exchanges are given the option to interface with so-called “web-based entities.”
The interface was great, really user-friendly, really clear.
It serves as the heart of the collective works, as an interface between the cosmos and humanity.
This borderland—the interface of human activity and wild habitat—is the most dangerous region of all for bears.
They embody expectations and plans for change; and they need to interface between the given and the desired or the expected.
There remains the question of the precipitation of the tanning colloid at the interface.
We adopted the interface from some free software inventory-management apps that were built for illiterate service employees.
The entire machine does not speak or understand an interface's high-level language.
Every language of interaction (interface) that disappeared took with it into oblivion experiences impossible to resuscitate.
interface in·ter·face (ĭn'tər-fās')
A surface forming a common boundary between adjacent regions or bodies.
A boundary across which two systems communicate. An interface might be a hardware connector used to link to other devices, or it might be a convention used to allow communication between two software systems. Often there is some intermediate component between the two systems which connects their interfaces together. For example, two EIA-232 interfaces connected via a serial cable.
See also graphical user interface, Application Program Interface.