Intel AppUp Beta hits Europe on March 31 with Moblin support

March 25, 2010 at 9:54 pm

Intel AppUpIntel’s application store called AppUp Center has been available in the US and Canada but has remained closed to European consumers. However, this is expected to change from March 31.

Intel has said that the AppUp Beta will be available in 27 countries on that date. It will display application prices in local currencies but language localisation will arrive at some point later. It also announced that it will include support for Moblin v2.1 applications in addition to existing support for Windows-based netbooks.

Once the AppUp Center moves out of Beta, Intel expects the client software to come pre-installed on netbooks from Acer, Asus, Dell and Samsung amongst others. Apps will cover a number of areas including games, social media, social networking and education.



One Response to “Intel AppUp Beta hits Europe on March 31 with Moblin support”

  1. Matthew Block said:
    May 18th, 2010 12:38 AM

    I think that Netbook oriented software is very natural, given how popular these types of computers have become. I’ve looked on the Intel Netbook app store, but I haven’t seen many useful programs so far.