Way to sell applications

by [EMAIL PROTECTED] » Tue, 25 Nov 2008 22:02:47 GMT

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I have my application ready for release.

As far as I understood, the Market is currently only for FREE
applications, though - and that does NOT include FREE TRIALS.

So - when (if at all) will the market enable selling apps ?

And - are there other channels ?

Thanks in advance.

Way to sell applications

by Al Sutton » Tue, 25 Nov 2008 22:05:05 GMT

 There are other channels, You might find Mogees (www.mogees.com) useful 
as they offer a method you can integrate with your app which distributed 
via any of the app directories (Marketplace, AndAppStore, etc.)


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