|Initial release||16 December 2010|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows, Linux|
|Available in||English, French|
|Type||Digital distribution, Software update, Installer|
Allmyapps developed an application manager for Ubuntu before entering Microsoft's IDEEs program and receiving 1 million euro from Elaia Partners in 2010. The company launched the first Windows application store as a beta version at LeWeb in December 2010, for which it won the Startup Pitch competition.
On October 21st, 2014, Allmyapps was bought by ironSource.
The service lets users initiate the installation of applications from its website and from its desktop client. The desktop client can detect software already installed on the computer in order to update them via the application store and to save the list online as a backup.
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