Microsoft is giving more details about the Windows 8 app store that is set to launch with the new OS this fall/winter. First off, the lowest cost possible will be $1.49 for paid apps, but all paid apps will offer a 7 day free “try before you buy” period. In addition, Microsoft will take a 30% commission on all sales, but if you reach over $25,000 in sales that will drop down to 20%. Sounds like a pretty good deal for everyone involved.
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