Microsoft Fuels Windows app Development with Cold, Hard Cash

Putting the current bribery charges aside, Microsoft has offered to pay developers in the US $100 per app for every app published in the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store. And as with most special offers, theres a catch, and a limit. Starting with the limit, that will be 10 published apps per store. And the catch, its only temporary, but what isnt, right? This promotion will be available through June 30 and only for the first 10,000 published apps or whichever comes first. Check out the details here.



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