Available through the Pulse’s desktop software (which runs on PCs and Macs), it’s a repository for programs–mostly free or cheap ones–that extend the usefulness of the pen. Buy one and sync your phone via its USB dock, and it gets downloaded to the pen.
Next up? According to VentureBeat:
Byron Connell, head of marketing at the company, said he expects to see audio transcription services available sometime next year for users who want their handwritten notes converted into text.
(image of Washington and Lee professor using the device)