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Microsoft Store's Revenue Sharing With Developers Will Soon Significantly Undercut Apple and Google

Microsoft on Tuesday announced changes to its revenue sharing model with developers that will significantly undercut Apple and Google.

Starting later this year, the company says developers will receive 95 percent of the revenue earned from sales of their apps, in-app purchases, and new subscriptions on the Microsoft Store, excluding games and apps sold in volume to organizations, but only when a customer uses a direct link to access and purchase the app.

If the customer was referred to the app by Microsoft, such as in a featured collection on the Microsoft...

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Published By: MacRumors - Tuesday, 8 May