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Monday, 17 December 2012 15:19

Raspberry Pi gets its own app store

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Developers rejoice


Raspberry Pi is quite a popular little fellow and has finally got its own app store, the Pi Store.

The new store can be reached via the web or via the standalone app and gives developers and programers a unique place to offer their apps out to the world. The new Pi Store offers developers a choice to either charge for their apps, or give them for free with a tip jar option in case you want to push some funding into dev that you like.

Currently, or to be precise at launch, there are only 23 free titles but it is just a matter of time before more devs jump in.

You can find more info here and you can check out the Pi Store from your favorite browser here.

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