Meizu App Store Offers 100% App Revenue to Developers

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  • 03 Jan 2014
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  • Meizu wants its initiatives to be popular, so aside from making kickass handsets, they’re also preparing a very appealing app store. Said store will be offering no less than 100% revenue to developers. The Apple App Store and Google Play Store meanwhile take the 30% cut.


    The Chinese company intends to give developers 100% of the app sale revenues, which is a stimulating thing to do. With LG and Samsung’s App Store being rather poor even today, after a number of updates to their UI and app list, the battle for niche app stores is still open. Meizu has its very own SDK, that will help developer make apps and allow them to access features tailored for Meizu devices.

    We’ll have to see if Meizu doesn’t somehow alienate partners like Google in the process of tweaking their OS and app store so much. Maybe they’ll feel the need to come up with an OS of their own or resort to modern alternatives like Tizen, Jolla or Firefox OS. What do you think?

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