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Intel's AppUp store adds support for Australian users

Australian's are now able to pay for and download apps from Intel's AppUp store

| Software News | Posted: Sep 24, 2010 3:17 am

Last week at the Intel Developer Forum, Intel opened up the AppUp store for netbooks - but Australian users were restricted to downloading only free applications, until now.

 

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The store now allows Australian users to purchase applications.

 

Currently, the most popular downloaded apps on AppUp are free - prices for paid applications start from 99C (US) to over $100.

 

The applications are designed to run on netbooks, so they'll run at a resolution of up to 1024x600. Any application downloaded from the AppUp store will work on any computer that uses Intel Architecture, as well as Windows 7 and MeeGo OS's.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Pcworld.idg.com.au

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