Amazon has joined the app-platform pack in reducing the cut it takes from smaller developers who use the Amazon Appstore to distribute apps. But it’s taking a slightly different approach, one that entices developers to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) for IT infrastructure and AI services. From October, developers who earned less than $1 million in revenue in the previous calendar year from the Amazon Appstore will only need to pay Amazon 20% of the revenues they earn through its store. The new commission structure is part of the Amazon Appstore Small Business Accelerator Program and it follows similar reductions recently introduced by Apple and Google that are targeted at smaller developers. SEE: IT Data Center Green Energy Policy (TechRepublic Premium) The cuts aren’t as big as Apple’s and Google’s. Google in March halved its 30% commission on in-app purchases for digital goods to 15% for developers earning up to $1 million per year from the Play Store. This matched Apple’s drop from 30% to 15% commissions for developers that earned $1 million a year from the App Store, which kicked off on January 1 . While Amazon’s reduction is smaller than Apple’s and Google’s, Amazon is playing to its… Read full this story
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