Intel AppUp

Intel AppUp

An online store from Intel for downloading free and paid Windows applications. Introduced in 2010, the store was originally set up to support the Meego platform as well, but Meego was later dropped. In March 2014, the AppUp website was closed. See online app store.
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Prior to to the Mac AppStore release, "Bubble Breaker : Insanely Addictive" was also awarded as Top Downloaded application from Intel Thailand with it's release on Intel AppUp Center.
MPL3D Solar System (Touch) is available now on Intel AppUp.
He added: "Some of Lenovo's devices, like the newly launched Horizon Table PC, includes Lenovo App Shop, a dedicated apps store powered by Intel AppUp giving users access to more than 5,000 multi-user entertainment apps.
The application is distributed and remotely provisioned on smart cells through the Intel AppUp SMB Service, which is built on the Intel Hybrid Cloud software platform that enables service providers to deliver the benefits of cloud computing on distributed networked devices.
M-GO will be pre-loaded on Samsung's 2012 Smart TV's and Blu-ray players; VIZIO's 2012 Smart TV's, Blu-ray players and digital media players; and Intel Ultrabook devices through the Intel AppUp center.
Applications specifically suited for the Ultrabook are available from the Intel AppUp center, a one-stop shop for the latest PC apps, it said.
Intel AppUp was laid bare by validation manager Paul Farquhar, while BBC Worldwide executive vice president Robert Nashak described the journey the BBC has gone through in the last couple of years, which includes developing new avenues for popular titles such as Top Gear and Doctor Who on new platforms.
a specialist in user-friendly PC and mobile security solutions for consumers, is pleased to announce that its dedicated Netbook Internet Security Package has been chosen by Intel as the recommended Internet Security Package for netbook users on the new Intel AppUp store - a simple, secure, one-stop-shop for netbook apps.
Internet security company BullGuard announced today that IT technology company Intel has chosen to recommend BullGuarda[euro](tm)s Netbook Internet Security Package to netbook users on the new Intel AppUp store.
Intel AppUp center launched today for Windows and will support Moblin-based open source operating systems and a number of runtime environments later this year.
With the availability of CyberLink's intuitive and dynamic media creation tools, consumers of Intel AppUp center will no longer be forced to visit multiple websites, and use a variety of installers, in order to find tools to enhance their media experience on PCs.
2X ApplicationServer XG will be available through the Intel AppUp SMB catalog on a monthly subscription basis, with billing based on usage.