Google Now Allows Paid Android Apps

Last Friday, Google announced on its Android Developers blog that “Android Market”, Google’s own repository of online applications for smartphones that run on the Android platform, is now allowing organizations to charge money for their software, in an attempt by the Mountain View, Calif.-based search engine to attract a growing number of developers to write more applications for the platform. (9 hours ago)

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