Google Opens Android Marketes to Paid Apps

Early on in the unveiling of Android’s on the G1 by HTC and provided by T-mobile, we learned that the first 90 days of their application store would include free apps only.

Today, the time has come to unleash paid apps by US and UK developers onto the Android Market. Google Checkout will be the platform for billing and payment.

Meanwhile, Australia will be getting free apps on February 15th and Singapore will be getting free apps soon as well.

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