You’ll soon be able to download a whole host of applications like Angry Birds, Evernote, eBay and many more (including movies, books, music etc.) from the Windows App Store which is being released in February alongside the public beta of Windows 8. One of Microsoft’s goals is to make the developer as profitable as possible and has a big opportunity to do so with the Windows App Store. With more than 500 million Windows 7 users, developers will be able to reach customers around the world in market-specific catalogs unlike ever before.
Some key points:
To get in on the action early, enter the First Apps Contest
Previewing the Windows Store
Windows 8 App Store to Open with Rich Developer Incentives
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