Software distribution

2017-07-28T23:12:00+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Google Play, Softpedia, Freemium, Windows Phone Store, Softonic.com, Software repository, Commercial software, Zune software, FileHippo, App Store (iOS), Mac App Store, OldVersion.com, VersionTracker, AspectJ, Package manager, Windows Store, Velocify, Electronic AppWrapper, Software broadcasting, Software manufacturing, Software propagation, Rudder (software), Black Legend (software publisher), GluonJ, Zero Install, LeadCrunch, Agantty, Kissmetrics, Snappy (package manager), Opsi, On-premises software, Flatpak, Apache Brooklyn, Ansible (software), Adobe Marketing Cloud, AppImage, LitwareHR, TradeCard, HEAT LANrev, Eclipse Buckminster flashcards Software distribution
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  • Google Play
    Google Play is a digital distribution service, including a digital media store, the Google Play Store (originally the Android Market), operated and developed by Google.
  • Softpedia
    Softpedia is a website that indexes information and provides primarily software information and downloads.
  • Freemium
    Freemium is a pricing strategy by which a product or service (typically a digital offering or application such as software, media, games or web services) is provided free of charge, but money (premium) is charged for proprietary features, functionality, or virtual goods.
  • Windows Phone Store
    Windows Phone Store (previously Windows Phone Marketplace) is a digital distribution platform developed by Microsoft for its Windows Phone platform that allows users to browse and download applications that have been developed by third parties.
  • Softonic.com
    Softonic.com is a software and app discovery portal based in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, and founded in 1997.
  • Software repository
    A software repository is a storage location from which software packages may be retrieved and installed on a computer.
  • Commercial software
    Commercial software, or seldom payware, is computer software that is produced for sale or that serves commercial purposes.
  • Zune software
    Zune was a media management software for Microsoft Windows that functions as a full media player application with a library, an interface to the Zune Marketplace, and as a media streaming server.
  • FileHippo
    FileHippo is a download website that offers computer software for Windows.
  • App Store (iOS)
    The App Store is a digital distribution platform, developed and maintained by Apple Inc.
  • Mac App Store
    The Mac App Store is a digital distribution platform for OS X applications.
  • OldVersion.com
    OldVersion.com is an archive website that stores and distributes older versions of primarily Internet-related PC and Macintosh freeware and shareware application software.
  • VersionTracker
    VersionTracker was a website that tracked software releases.
  • AspectJ
    AspectJ is an aspect-oriented programming (AOP) extension created at PARC for the Java programming language.
  • Package manager
    A package manager or package management system is a collection of software tools that automates the process of installing, upgrading, configuring, and removing computer programs for a computer's operating system in a consistent manner.
  • Windows Store
    Windows Store is an app store for Microsoft Windows, starting with Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
  • Velocify
    Velocify, Inc. is a cloud computing company headquartered in El Segundo, California that provides cloud-based intelligent sales automation software designed for fast-paced sales environments.
  • Electronic AppWrapper
    Electronic AppWrapper (EAW) was the first commercial electronic software distribution catalog to collectively manage encryption and provide digital rights for apps, music and media.
  • Software broadcasting
    Software broadcasting is a way of delivering business software so that it can be accessed from anywhere, and on a subscription basis.
  • Software manufacturing
    Software manufacturing is the process of producing software in ways similar to the manufacturing of tangible goods.
  • Software propagation
    Software propagation is a general term for the copying & duplication of software, and was explicitly defined in version 3 of the GNU General Public License.
  • Rudder (software)
    Rudder is an open source audit and configuration management utility to help automate system configuration across large IT infrastructures.
  • Black Legend (software publisher)
    Black Legend was an Amiga and PC games publisher, based first in Switzerland, then in St.
  • GluonJ
    GluonJ is a simple aspect-oriented programming (AOP) extension for Java.
  • Zero Install
    Zero Install is a means of distributing and packaging software for multiple operating systems (Linux and Unix-like, OS X, and Windows).
  • LeadCrunch
    LeadCrunch is a software as a service (SaaS) predictive lead generation company.
  • Agantty
    Agantty is a free to use, web based software as a service (SaaS) project management application which is currently in open beta phase.
  • Kissmetrics
    Kissmetrics is a San Francisco based customer analytics platform founded by Neil Patel and Hiten Shah.
  • Snappy (package manager)
    Snappy is a package management system originally designed and built by Canonical for the Ubuntu phone operating system.
  • Opsi
    Opsi (open PC server integration) is a software distribution and management system for Microsoft Windows clients, based on GNU/Linux servers.
  • On-premises software
    On-premises software (sometimes abbreviated as "on-prem") is installed and runs on computers on the premises (in the building) of the person or organization using the software, rather than at a remote facility such as a server farm or cloud.
  • Flatpak
    Flatpak, named xdg-app until May 2016, is a system for application virtualization for Linux desktop computer environments.
  • Apache Brooklyn
    Apache Brooklyn is an open-source framework for deploying and managing distributed applications by modeling, monitoring, and managing applications via autonomic blueprints Ideas behind Apache Brooklyn came from Autonomic computing the Promise theory.
  • Ansible (software)
    Ansible is a free-software platform for configuring and managing computers which combines multi-node software deployment, ad hoc task execution, and configuration management.
  • Adobe Marketing Cloud
    Adobe Marketing Cloud (AMC) is a collection of integrated online marketing and Web analytics products by Adobe Systems.
  • AppImage
    AppImage is a format for distributing portable software on Linux without needing superuser permissions to install the application.
  • LitwareHR
    LitwareHR is a fictitious HR application released in February 2007 as part of Microsoft's SaaS architecture guidance.
  • TradeCard
    TradeCard, Inc. was an American software company.
  • HEAT LANrev
    HEAT LANrev (formerly Absolute Manage) is systems lifecycle management software used by system administrators to automate IT administration tasks.
  • Eclipse Buckminster
    The Buckminster Project is an Eclipse (software) technology sub-project focused on component assembly.