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Thread: Microsoft unveils Windows Mobile Marketplace plans

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    Dec 2008

    Microsoft unveils Windows Mobile Marketplace plans

    Google has an Android Market for Android Phone, while Apple has an App Store for iPhone. Last Month, the world’s software giant, Microsoft is also confirmed the plans to launch its Windows Marketplace for Mobile. Recently, Microsoft has announced new details on how the developers can build and sell applications for Windows phone through Windows Marketplace.

    Finally, in a clear dig at Apple’s restrictive policies for their store, Microsoft pledged “complete transparency throughout the application submission process" as well as direct feedback. The store is set to debut with the launch of Windows Mobile 6.5 in the fourth quarter of this year.

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    Apr 2008

    Re: Microsoft unveils Windows Mobile Marketplace plans

    Developers will have to pay an annual registration fee of $99, which will allow them to submit up to five applications during that period, with an additional $99 fee for every app above the limit. The software giant will also provide additional testing and marketing support for that fee, which seems reasonable for getting in front of millions of customers, and will likely even serve as a filter to keep worthless applications at bay.

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