Allmyapps is currently the first ever Windows App Store. It was launched by Thibault Favre and Arnaud Coulondre a couple of months ago and received 1M in capital funding from Elaia Partners earlier this year. Its goal is to give the billions of Windows users around the globe the best cross-platform mobile app experience to find, install, update, and reinstall all their apps. They claim to do so by making it "easy to share" your apps - a process which they describe as follows:
AllMyApps offers three unique features to help you access all your apps, all from one place. First, there's a new dashboard that lets you quickly discover all your apps and their data in one place. You can also see which apps you have installed, how many people use each one, and how many people are connected to these apps. You can even see what other users are doing and what their progress is like.
To share your app with others, simply login to AllMy Downloads and you'll be able to manage your downloads from one location. You can also use AllMy Downloads to manage your Wi-Fi network data and sync your data across multiple devices with an easy set up. AllMyications, on the other hand, allows you to add any URL from your clipboard into your Android clipboard. With this, you'll be able to use AllMyications to access Wikipedia and write down URLs or email them to other AllMyAPers. If you're going to use AllMyaps, make sure you've set up your Google account to sync AllMyaps with AllMydos.