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Windows Phone 7 App Store
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msg:4148881
 3:10 pm on Jun 8, 2010 (gmt 0)

Windows Phone 7 App Store [pcworld.com]
The "app store," or "Windows Phone Marketplace," was technically introduced eight months ago as a place where users could download software and updates for Windows Mobile 6. With the advent of Windows Phone 7, however, there will be a new set of policies governing the Marketplace, according to a blog post by Brandon Watson.

Notably, developers will have to shell out $99 per year (the same as for Apple's App Store) in order to submit applications. For the $99 fee, developers will be able to submit five free applications (additional free applications will cost $19.99 each--hopefully this will cut down on the spammy/stupid apps) and unlimited paid apps. The paid apps feature a 70/30 revenue split, which is the same deal Apple gives its developers.

Windows Phone Marketplace also offers a slew of options not available to Apple developers--most notably, a "Trial API" option, in which users can try out apps before purchasing them. The length of the trial period and type of trial is controlled by the developer.

 

bill




msg:4149323
 2:34 am on Jun 9, 2010 (gmt 0)

That should come in handy when they do release this OS. ;)

I hope they do get some traction with this as the Apple and Android marketplaces are eating their lunch now.

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