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Of course, many Linux apps such as Audacity are also available in the app store.
Many Linux apps, however, do not appear in the app store, which is a minor issue that needs ironing out. While they can easily be installed in the usual Linux ways, they don't show up in the HTML 5 launcher and need to be run from the drop-down menu in the upper left corner of the screen. The Linux version of Tweetdeck is one example of such an app.
This shot shows Jolicloud's main settings centre, which should appear familiar to most computer users.