From Samsung: Dear seller, Thank you for being a part of Samsung Apps.Please note that the following improvements will be made to the service to reflect your valuable opinions of using Seller Office. Effective from – Thursday 13th December, 2012 Major changes 1. Multiple Binary – You can upload up to 10 binary files to… Read more »
Google Play including taxes in Brazil prices
From Google: We’re writing to let you know that Google Play will be supporting tax-inclusive prices in Brazil. Prices set in the Developer Console must be tax inclusive. We encourage you to log into your Developer Console and make any necessary adjustments to your pricing. To learn more, please visit our Help center at http://support.google.com/googleplay/android-developer/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=138000… Read more »
Profiles of App Stores Supported by CodeNgo
The Big Directory is CodeNgo’s comprehensive listing of app stores and distribution points for mobile apps. Please help us maintain the list so that it is accurate. If you have feedback on specific store, please send that to us as well.
BlackBerry to developers: Help us please!
BlackBerry is arranging a “port-a-thon” to attract developers to the new BlackBerry 10 platform. In a 36 hour event, they will put a ton of technical resources and people at disposal for developers, and they’ve opened the goodie bag: Developers receive $100 for each approved app (up to a max of $2000). Interesting twist as… Read more »
Samsung adds countries and billing options
From Samsung: Dear seller, Thank you for being a part of Samsung Apps.Please note that the following improvements will be made to the service. Major changes – Countries with paid stores added : New Zealand, Nigeria – Countries with P-SMS added : Philippines, Kuwait, Qatar – Date of Implementation for Seller Office: November 09, 2012… Read more »
Samsung: Service Improvements in November
From Samsung: We have made selling game applications in Brazilian stores more convenient. – Before : An MJ/DEJUS certification must be acquired. – After : If an application has an ESRB or PEGI certificate instead of an MJ/DEJUS certificate, it will be assigned the corresponding MJ/DEJUS age classification. – If it does not have an… Read more »
India and Russia opening up for Google Play
From Google: We’re writing to let you know that we will be introducing Buyer’s Currencies in two new countries, India and Russia. All prices for these locales will be in the Indian Rupee (INR) and Russian Ruble (RUB) currencies, respectively. Please visit the Google Play Developer Console to set prices for these new countries by… Read more »
BlackBerry vetting criteria now available
What does it take to get an app approved by an app store? Sometimes a very dubious process where developers have little insight. BlackBerry App World however, just published their vetting criteria. Take a look!
Samsung improves binary upload process
From Samsung: We understand that it can be a hassle to enter the binary file information when you register applications and we have tried to improve the Seller Office service based on your comments and opinions. Please note the following improvements have been made to device recommendations and category settings. 1. When you upload a… Read more »
Sayonara Vodafone AppSelect
If you have published anything to the Vodafone AppSelect store, you would have recently gotten this message (although chances are you have not, which is probably why this message was sent out in the first place): Due to technical and operational considerations, Vodafone AppSelect will now close on 21 November 2012, which is earlier than… Read more »