LOS ANGELES, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- What Apple and Google have been announcing since the start of 2010, startup firm semYOU has accomplished today: app computing for desktop computers. Its biggest advantage over previous software: no local installation on the hard drive is required, as all programs are conveniently accessed via the Internet. At http://www.semyou.com, the first cloud app store for Windows PCs and Macs offers numerous free applications for all major application areas, including office, communication and entertainment tools.
Software use in Windows PCs and Macs has changed little over the last 20 years: programs must be purchased, then tediously installed and later updated continuously. Startup firm semYOU has come forward to change this tradition: with its software-on-demand concept, the semYOU app store offers a large number of free applications for all areas of application. Thus, each user can easily decide what software he or she would like to use.
With the semYOU app computing system, all applications can be conveniently accessed via the Internet. The biggest advantage: no local installation is required, while the most current version of the software is always available. Office, entertainment and communication tools feature familiar user interfaces that can be used intuitively without instruction. "First there was Apple and Google – now there's a Microsoft app store, too," explains Volker Jahns, CEO of semYOU. "But not from Microsoft – from semYOU. All semYOU apps also run on Macs and Netbooks."
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Volker Jahns founded semYOU in 2010 as a startup company in L.A. semYOU currently has two full-time employees. Its core business is developing semYOU, the first semantic online operating system that offers users a completely new web experience.
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