An app store is an online platform that allows users to download applications, games, books, social networks, movies, music and other content to their mobile device or computer. Apple coined the term, but it can refer to any online store for application software. An app store is a type of digital distribution platform that provides users with access to a wide range of software programs. Applications provide specific functions that do not include the operation of the computer itself.
Complex software designed for use on a personal computer may have a related application designed for use on a mobile device. In the past, mobile operators had their own portals for applications and related multimedia content. An app store is an online portal through which software programs are available for purchase and download. It is a collection of free or commercial software and games approved for use on your device.
You can search, purchase, download, install and update the software through your device's app store. App Store is the platform for downloading mobile applications or applications from devices with the Apple company's iOS and Mac OS operating system. The Download Fun catalog allowed users to download ringtones and applications directly to their device and receive billing through their mobile phone provider. These applications are inspected to ensure they meet certain standards such as quality control and censorship, including the requirement to charge a commission for each sale of a paid application.
It released a wireless update for T-Mobile Sidekick devices that included a new catalog application called Download Fun, also known as Catalog or Premium Download Manager (PDM).