The Pi Store is an X application under Raspbian and is also accessible on the Web at store.raspberrypi.com. The store is launching with a modest 23-title catalog, but that number is likely to increase pretty quickly as hobbyists and developers rush to get their projects approved. Raspberry is encouraging folks to add their own tutorials to the Pi Store to help fellow hobbyists, and it’s offering free sprite packages for game developers. The Pi Store has guilt a recommendation engine to encourage users to find and try programs. For now, you can find LibreOffice and Storm in a Teacup, among others.
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