Microsoft To Launch PC Version Of Apple’s App Store

by admin March 12, 2009 at 5:20 pm

Microsoft announced on Wednesday their specific plans for a Windows Marketplace that is comparative to the incredibly popular Apple App Store.

Software creators will pay a registration amount of $99 and in accordance will control the buying prices for their applications sold at the Windows Marketplace for Mobile. This information is from the Redmond, a Washington-based company.

Microsoft will retain only 30 percent of the revenue, with the rest going to the developers. This division is identical to the App Store’s, originally started in 2008.

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