Ubuntu Software Center will have support for PayPal

I consider this to be good news for users of Ubuntu, that's why I share it with you. Now it will be easier to buy paid applications in Ubuntu Software Center thanks to the fact that very soon, it will have support for PayPal.

This has been announced in The Canonical BlogWhere Stuart metcalfe says that this novelty may be available before the next few Christmas. I think that without a doubt it is a great step and a very fast way to buy those applications that we want, within the Software Center. In today's world, these are the things that make life a little easier for us.

The news comes to me from the hand of novatillasku.

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  1.   Mauricio said

    The Software Center is the best of Ubuntu (although it still seems a bit heavy and slow to me), personally I use it little, because I always install the same applications, but when I got to Linux it got me out of more than one trouble. Now if they include support for Paypal, it is an excellent step as Appstore. On the other hand, just as in Linux there are excellent free applications, there are also other very good paid applications, and very good games (Amnesia, Braid, etc.). Being able to have this platform to acquire them is, without a doubt, very good news for users. developers of these.

    1.    KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

      It is undoubtedly something positive, remember that OPPORTUNITY is everything, that is, giving the user the opportunity / option to acquire any type of application, whether paid or not, the user is the one who must choose 😀

  2.   jose said

    Well, it seems bad to me. The software center managing the installation of packages seems bad to me (because it is slow and inefficient) compared to Synaptic. Now about Paypal for proprietary software. I don't know about you, but I'm on Linux, among other things to avoid the use of proprietary software. I do not like it, but I understand that it is one more step for the future in tablets and others ... as always, following in the wake of Apple with its Store. Will it have acceptance? I do not think so.