Where To Get Apps for Your Ultrabook
When it comes to getting apps for your ultrabook there is some good news and some bad news. The good news is that as long as you have one of the major operating systems you already have access to a wide range of apps for your ultrabook. The bad news is that apps designed only for ultrabooks are rare. So you won't get bragging rights, but you will have access to a library of apps ready to go. Sounds like a small trade off to me. Now onto the only important question.
What is your OS?
Your operating system will determine what apps you have access to. So for the rest of this piece you can choose your OS and take a look.
For your Windows apps you can get your apps in a lot of different places. You can find listings with reviews on places like Cnet, or you can find them on the Microsoft site, where they do sell apps for Windows. Just be sure that you're not trying to use an app for a "Windows mobile device". Yes its Windows, and yes its mobile, but when they say that they mean a Windows phone or table, not your ultrabook. Just do yourself a favor and keep to reputable sources only. That way you can bee sure not to get a bonus piece of malwear with your new app. Be sure to check your system requirements for each app.
When it comes to ultrabooks and Mac your choices are the Macbook Air and the Macbook Air. Like all Mac's you should have access to the App Store. If you don't have it yet update your operating system and it should be there. This store will give you access to a wide range of apps, both paid and free that can give you what you need without fail. As long as it says you're app is available for Macbook Air it should work with no problems at all.
If you get an ultrabook with a proprietary OS then you are going to have to look at your doc (or where ever your apps are stored, to find your software management system. If you don't see it check the manufacturers website.
Now you can have your apps without any stress. Go forth and be productive.
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