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N9-Apps.com – New app store for the Nokia N9

N9-Apps.com has been officially launched. It is a new app repository that has a very clean interface, and very simple to use. At the moment it doesn't yet have the range of some of the other websites, however I am sure that their catalog will grow as time goes on. The maintainer says (as per the comments section below) , that the idea behind slowly adding new apps instead of uploading many all at once is to give proper air-time for each new app, which then get promoted, and rise on the hot list. I.e. most apps should have chance to be on the hot list. However, most apps will get added over time.

Image courtesy of N9-apps.com

Their own welcome page: http://n9-apps.com/welcome

Their homepage: http://n9-apps.com/

Definitely a website to keep your eyes on!



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Shaun

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  1. N9 Apps

    Hey, I was just notified by Google Alerts about this post. :) Thanks for writing about us!

    The 'hot' system and the idea of the website doesn't really work well if lots of apps are added at the same time. The idea behind it is to give proper air-time for each new app, which then get promoted, and rise on the hot list. I.e. most apps should have chance to be on the hot list. However, most apps will get added over time.

  2. Sam

    Is this the replacement repositories like we have with maemo 5?

    1. Shaun

      As silly as it sounds, at this stage there is no official repository for the N9 like there was with the N900 (maemo 5). There are multiple contenders. N9-apps as above offers a very clean interface, however the app catalogue is relatively small at the moment. My-Meego.com offers some downloads. There is also the 3rd party repositories such as:

      Rzr: http://rzr.online.fr/q/handset
      Development Repository; http://wiki.meego.com/N950_landing_page#Development_Repositories

      I haven't had any experience with either of these at this stage. All I can suggest is hang tight until a proper repository comes along, hopefully with a 3rd party app like the Faster App Manager on the N900.

  3. radio manele

    Un blog foarte nebunesc

  4. rajesh

    new opera web site

  5. rajesh patra

    please new apps store site

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