Intel’s AppUp Center is basically an App Store for netbooks, with a focus on software that’s designed to play well with low power computers with Intel Atom processors, integrated graphics, and 1024 x 600 pixel or lower resolution screens. The company first unveiled the AppUp Center in January, but Heise reports that the company will remove the beta label at the Game Developers Conference in September.

Right now there are about 500 apps in the AppUp Center.

Intel hopes to have the app store preloaded on netbooks before they ship.

via Netbook

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3 replies on “Intel to launch AppUp Center (netbook App Store) next month”

  1. It says it is for Windows but that they will had other operating systems in the future. It will be interesting to see what other operating system will be added; hopefully Linux (and variants) and Android will be added in the future. It would be cool if they added eComStation among the operating systems that some apps are for (some how I doubt it).

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