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NewsAndroid Software Application Market for Netbooks : Insyde Software, a provider of UEFI-based BIOS for the mobile computing industry, announced the official opening of Insyde Market, a first-of-its-kind applications store designed exclusively for netbook computer users running Google’s Android operating system. Google’s Android, originally designed for mobile phones is now being used as an “instant-on” environment for netbook computers. Insyde Market is an online application store that provides Android applications validated for netbook computers. Other markets offer Android applications for mobile phones, but no other market is providing Android apps specifically for personal computers.

Android netbook software

Android Netbook software applications
The Insyde Market is being launched to support netbooks that run Google’s Android. Earlier this month, Acer released versions of their hugely successful “Aspire One” netbook with a dual-boot configuration supporting both Microsoft Windows and Android. Google Android provides the instant-on environment for quick access to the internet, and will run the many applications that can be download from the Android Software Market. It’s expected that other notebook and netbook makers will offer Android-based products as well.

Android netbook applications

Android Applications for Netbooks
“Over the coming months, a wide range of Android netbook applications will become available,” said Jonathan Joseph EVP at Insyde Software. “This will help to fulfill the promise of simplicity, openness, and limitless possibilities of Android Applications on netbooks that smart-phone users enjoy today,” added Joseph. Prior to today’s launch, Insyde Market has been selectively promoting the site to application developers making them aware of the growing market for their applications. The result is that innovative, fun and productivity-enhancing applications ranging in categories from Education, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle, News, Shopping, Social Networking, Travel and much more.

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Google Android application developers are encouraged to join the growing ranks of Insyde Market developers by registering via the special website and upload their applications to the Android Netbook Applications Market. Currently, Insyde Market is only accepting applications offered for free, but early next year this will expand to paid-for applications.




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