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Intel launches App Store for netbooks

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 15 Sep 2010 14:41

Intel launches App Store for netbooks Intel has launched a dedicated App Store for netbooks this week, 8 months after showing off the beta at the CES event.
Dubbed AppUp, the beta is now open to everyone.

The store is compatible with all Windows 7, Windows XP and Moblin netbooks.

To download the main AppUp Center, you can visit AppUp.com or BestBuy.com.

Asus says their netbooks will come preloaded with an Asus-specific version starting this month.

The AppUp store, just like the Android Market and Apple App Store, will offer paid and free apps for news, weather, multimedia, productivity, social networking and more.

So far, Adobe, Accuweather, Barnes & Noble, Funkitron, Gibson Guitars, iWin, Kaplan, KONAMI, and Lifetime have submitted apps.

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