Intel has launched AppUp, a new app store for Windows-based netbooks. Will the processor titans manage to create a store comparable to Apple’s iTunes App Store. Read on to find out what it’s been working on…
Intel’s AppUp store can be accessed through a desktop application for Windows netbooks. Download it and you’ll be able to access Intel’s app catalogue.
Current apps on Intel App Up include a Newsy app and a Boxee app. Intel has also make its SDK available, so if you got developer skills you can start building your own apps.
Intel plans to expand App Up to other devices in the future, with mobile phones, other handhelds and smart TVs like LG’s Skype TV.
Out now | £free | Intel

IntelIntel has launched AppUp, a new app store for Windows-based netbooks. Will the processor titans manage to create a store comparable to Apple’s iTunes App Store and how will it compare to Samsung’s new app store. Read on to find out what it’s been working on…

Intel’s AppUp store can be accessed through a desktop application for Windows netbooks. Download it and you’ll be able to access Intel’s app catalogue.

Current apps on Intel App Up include a Boxee app. Intel has also make its SDK available, so if you got developer skills you can start building your own apps.

Intel plans to expand App Up to other devices in the future, with mobile phones, other handhelds and smart TVs like LG’s forthcoming broadband connected TVs.

Out now | £free | Intel

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