Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) Opens The Doors Of Its Windows Store To Third-party App Stores

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) is back in the news for all the right reasons. According to the various reports in the media, the corporate house has announced that it will open the doors of its windows store to third-part app stores. The news is undoubtedly a piece of good news for app lovers.

Chances of Amazon.com, Inc. and Epic Games Store making it to the Microsoft Corporation app store high

With this development now official, it is speculated that the chances of Amazon.com, Inc. and Epic Games Store finding a place in the Microsoft Corporation app store are high. If all falls in place, we can expect progress in this development a few months from now.

Giorgio Sardo, general manager of the Microsoft Corporation app store, explains about the storeĀ 

The Microsoft Corporation app store will be similar to its competitors. General manager of the Microsoft Corporation app store, Giorgio Sardo, throwing light on this, Sardo explains that the app store will have a detailed product page that can be accessed by using the search option or browsing. Users can access apps of their choice, download and install them fearlessly. Sardo went on record to share that both Amazon.com, Inc. and Epic Games Store will have their respective apps featured in the Microsoft Store in a few months. The General manager of the Microsoft Corporation welcomed the two groups on the platform.

Microsoft Corporation will allow developers to keep 100% of revenue from apps

In terms of revenue generated from apps, Microsoft Corporation went on record and confirmed that the group would allow developers to keep 100$ of the income generated from apps, provided alternative payment platforms are used. However, this rule, by all means, does not apply to games.

Microsoft Corporation broke this piece of news

It has come to light that in June this year, the head of Windows and devices of Microsoft Corporation, Panos Panay, conveyed to The Verge that as part of its new Windows 11 app store, the group opened to Steam and other third-party stores. The head of Windows and devices also expressed that he aims to make sure that while on the Microsoft Corporation when a user types the user’s name, they must necessarily find the app and be able to download and use it.

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