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Google reduces developer commission to 15% on their first million dollars

Last year, Apple reduced its App Store commission from 30% to 15% for developers who made yearly revenue of less than $1 million. Now, Google has followed its steps by introducing similar conditions for Android developers on Play Store. The Big G is offering discounts on the first million dollars a developer earns. That’s unlike Apple, which canceled the discount if your app earns more than $1 million in a year. That means you could earn $2 million, $5 million, or more, but Google will always apply a 15% commission on the first million. The company said that once a…

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