Intel has launched a beta version of its app store netbook computers dubbed AppUp.
The first apps are now available for free download or purchase by visiting AppUp site, where you can find the store. Four other Intel industry partners – Acer, Asus, Dell and Samsung -- also announced store collaboration and plans.
The first netbook apps cover education, entertainment, games, health, social networking and other categories. A sampling includes Arnold Palmer Golf, Boxee, Wikihow and Yoono.
The beta store will host applications for both the Microsoft Windows and the open source Moblin-based operating systems, the first operating systems to target the popular netbook computer category powered by the Intel Atom processor.
Early enthusiasm for the Intel Atom Developer Program has been strong. Within 30 days of offering the program, thousands of developers signed up and downloaded the starter-kit, and more than 350 apps have since been submitted for validation or review.
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