appstorenx - Switch App Store - download/manage homebrew apps for hbmenu

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A graphical frontend to the get package manager for downloading and managing homebrew on the Nintendo Switch. This is a successor to the Wii U Homebrew App Store. To run this program, a 3.0.0 firmware Nintendo Switch with access to hbmenu is required (currently requires an sd card).

https://switchbru.com/appstore/
https://github.com/vgmoose/appstorenx

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