Google Chrome Web Store: Now Open To Developers

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Good news for developers wanting to experience what Google have in mind with its Google Chrome Web Store that is scheduled to be launched later this year.

The web store was first unveiled at Google‘s I/O earlier this year, and has now been opened officially for developers in a developer preview.

In the preview, the web store gives developers first hand opportunity to upload applications, get some knowledge on how the store works with packaging information, installing them within their Google Chrome web browser, and experimenting with the payments and authentication infrastructure.

According to Google, developers who use the web store to show off and parade their applications will only have to pay a 30-cent transaction fee, and will receive 95% of all sales if the app is on a paid-for-basis.

If you wish to take a peak at the developer preview of Google’s Web Store, check out this link.

Have you used the web store yet? What are your first impressions?

Source: PC World

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