For anyone who didn’t already know, Raspberry Pi recently launched their own app store called the Pi Store. The Pi Store runs as an X application under Raspbian, and allows users to download applications for the Raspberry Pi, as well as to upload their own content which can then be approved for release on the Pi Store.
App developers can distribute content for free or for a price, and coders can submit binaries, raw Python code, images, audio or video, and soon Scratch content as well. The store is a community-driven portal that anyone can contribute to, and we should be seeing lots of innovative apps coming out for the Raspberry Pi.
You can find the new Pi Store at Raspberry Pi’s download page.