Raspberry Pi opens its own app store
The mini-PC for academic Raspberry Pi , which was developed in the UK at a cost of $ 35 a unit and has a processor ARM11 700MHz and 256MB of RAM-opened its own app store called Pi Store , which seeks to make it easier for developers to share applications, tools, games and tutorials with the rest of the community.
Raspberry Pi Foundation says that anyone can upload their applications and projects, where content can be free or paid, but all have a “mechanism to receive tips, so that even if the free offer, you have the opportunity to do some money with your work if you really like people. “
At the moment there are 24 applications available on the Pi Store, where 23 are free and the only payment is the game Storm in a Teacup , which costs £ 1.99 (about $ 3.22). To install it just type in the terminal window “sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install Pistore”
Link: Introducing the Pi Store (Raspberry Pi Foundation)Tags: Linux, Raspberry Pi, Store Applications