Microsoft’s Windows Store Is Now Open For All Developers

Microsoft has just announced that Windows store is now open for app submission from all developers. Now this market is open in 120 markets and accept app submission from individual developers too.

Until now, Windows Store was only open to users with company account and special developer with token. After this announcement, all developers who want their app to be submitted in Windows Store, can now submit their apps.

Today’s an especially great day to be a developer. We’re very excited to announce the last significant milestone in the rollout of the Windows Store before the general availability of Windows 8 on October 26. The Store is now open for app submissions from all developers – individuals and companies – in our supported markets, and we’ve added 82 more app submission markets! Now, developers from 120 markets can publish Windows Store apps. Ted Dworkin, Partner Program Manager for the Store, authored this post,” company announced in a post.

Windows Store will feature both desktop and Metro-style apps. Windows Store will feature both apps in same way, but it will not sell desktop app directly. Users will be redirected to the developer’s website to download or purchase the app.

“We’re also announcing a number of additional subscription program offerings that recognize and thank developers for their interest and commitment to Windows. All eligible MSDN subscribers receive a free, one-year Windows Store developer account as part of their MSDN benefits,” they added.


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