Intel AppUp® Developer Updates

By Praveen K Kundurthy,

Published: 09/11/2013   Last Updated: 01/21/2014

Thank you for being an Intel AppUp developer and submitting your app(s) to the Intel AppUp center. We’ve made the very difficult decision to close the developer portal on November 1, 2013 and to close the Intel AppUp center on March 11, 2014.

Though the AppUp developer portal will no longer be available for submitting PC apps, there are a number of other app development opportunities that we have available in the Intel Developer Zone. If you have not already, please enroll in our program to start taking advantage of the available technical and business resources supporting software development. Start by exploring the Windows zone for the latest Intel tools to help you code, optimize, test and package Ultrabook Windows* 8 applications. Should you require deeper technical discussions for specific areas, please visit one of our developer forums

Below are answers to some of the questions that you may have regarding this announcement.

  • What will happen to my app in the Intel AppUp center?
    Your app will be removed from the Intel AppUp center between January 27, 2014 and March 11, 2014.
  • Will my developer profile on the Intel Developer Zone still remain active?
    Yes, your developer profile will remain active.
  • I’m currently enrolled in the Intel® Black Belt Software Developer Program; will I still maintain my current belt status and points?
    Yes, your current belt status and points will remain in your profile according to the rules of the Intel Software Black Belt Program. For details regarding the requirements and point system for the Black Belt program please visit the Intel Black Belt Software Developer website.

We sincerely appreciate your contribution to the Intel AppUp center and regret any inconvenience that this change may have caused you. If you need further assistance please contact our technical support team

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