Intel To Deploy It’s Netbook App Marketplace Through Croma Retail
By on December 29th, 2010

Intel launched a service called the AppUp Center for Intel Atom based netbook users so that they can browse a catalog of applications for purchase or download on their netbooks or other computing devices. Now in order to push the AppUp Center to users in India, Intel has signed a deal with Croma Retail stores. This app store will be termed as “Croma Apps” and a corresponding application (that lets users browse the AppUp Center) will be pre-installed on Intel Atom based netbooks which will be sold by Croma.

The Croma App Store currently has more than 1000 free and paid applications for a wide range of verticals such as entertainment, social networking, gaming and productivity. The Croma App store is currently supported only on Windows based netbooks. Existing Intel Atom netbook users can also download these applications by visiting Croma’s website and downloading the Croma Apps client.

Users can download the Croma Apps client from this link:   cromaretail.com/apps

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