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Posted on Saturday, January 5th, 2013 in News, R-Pi, site by the machinegeek

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For Raspberry Pi enthusiasts, now there’s an app store for you! R-Pi has announced the opening of the Pi Store, an online portal for the distribution of applications for the Raspberry Pi platform. App developers can choose whether to make their content free or paid, and coders can submit binaries, raw Python code, images, audio or video, and soon Scratch content as well. The site will also distribute the MagPi (R-Pi freezine), and eventually host homebrew tutorials. The developers expect it to become a one-stop collection of everything R-Pi, from hobbyist content to full-blown commercial software.

An updated Raspbian image which includes the Pi Store is available from their downloads page.

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