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Adobe's InMarket to fade into the sunset, AIR marketplace faces similar fate

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Remember Adobe's InMarket? You know, that marketplace where devs can publish once, distribute anywhere -- like on Intel's AppUp. If you're still drawing a blank, fret not, as the software giant plans to shutter the service come August 31st, leaving developers with a little over a month to download analytics and revenue reports. Also on the chopping block is the company's AIR Marketplace, which the firm now views as redundant given that AIR apps can be published on Cupertino's App Store, the Android Market and BlackBerry's App World. Got any burning questions? A letter and FAQ await you at the source.

[Thanks, Koiyu]

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