V3.co.uk has launched an App Store, a central hub aimed at providing technology professionals with valuable online services for both the workplace and outside the office.
We have a range of services live on the site now, with more to follow soon. These include the V3.co.uk Software Store, where you can download the latest versions of business and consumer software, from security tools to photo editing suites. We’ve worked with the software houses to get user discounts on all applications on the site, so it’s worth making your purchase with us to get the best price.
You can also visit our web bookstore, Safari Books Online, which offers subscription-based access to thousands of technology, creative and business titles from publishers such as Microsoft Press, Cisco Press and Total Training.
For those of you looking for a bit of romance, we’ve launched an online dating service where you can meet hundreds of like-minded singles. Just register your details with V3 Dating and start searching for your perfect match.
Just in time for the festive period, we’ll be adding some online games to the App Store for those who want a break from the daily grind as they wind down for Christmas, or some entertainment during those cold winter evenings.
To come next year is the V3.co.uk Technology Jargon Buster, an online glossary of all the latest tech terms, including the key products and industry players, plus a development timeline.
The App Store is live now, so be sure to visit soon to take advantage of the services available. And if there are any services you’d like to see added to the site, please email [email protected] with your suggestions.
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