Windows Marketplace for Mobile, Microsoft's mobile app store for Windows Mobile phones, is now open for developers to register and to learn the rules that the guys from Redmond have laid down for the online store. There are pages upon pages upon pages of sentences explaining things like the $99 annual fee, the 30% transaction fee, and the actual cut that the developer will receive from every $1 of sales. There are rules regarding icons and testing to make sure that the app works well with virtual keyboards and that there are no memory leaks. Windows Marketplace for Mobile is expected to open to the public as soon as the first handset equipped with WindowsMobile 6.5 is powered up. Developers interested in getting their product on Microsoft's mobile app store should click on the source link for information.
, via the::unwired