Amazon on the hook for £56 million of in-app refunds
Most likely US only, though.
Most likely US only, though.
No mixing with the Steam users.
Gets more like Android every day(!)
JRPG The World Ends With You has been pulled from the Apple App Store as Square Enix struggle to get it running on iOS 8.
New rules see 1,500 apps deleted.
Flappy Bird makes a return to the industry with Flappy Birds Family on the Amazon Android Appstore.
Apple has launched a dedicated indie section on the App Store
Several top iOS apps are currently free, seemingly in celebration of 5th anniversary.
Valve has confirmed that it is to start distributing general-purpose software via Steam.
Microsoft has found itself under attack by Mozilla over plans to prevent third-party software on Windows RT.
Leaked Windows 8 source code hints at an app store, SMS features and geo-location logging.
Dennis Publishing is hiring developers to help us conquer mobile and tablet apps.
Microsoft has applied to block Apple's trademark on 'App Store,' arguing that it's a generic term.
HP is planning a range of Internet-connected printers with e-mail addresses - possibly running webOS.
The Mozilla Foundation has unveiled a preview of its Firefox Home app for the iPhone.
Palm's App Catalog store suffered downtime this weekend following a time-related glitch.
Intel has launched a beta version of its netbook-oriented software store AppUp for Moblin Linux - and promises a rollout across most of Europe by the end of the month.
Apple has purged the iPhone App Store, clearing out a lot of 'objectionable content' to protect users.
iPhone hackers - those who find and post the exploits that allow handsets to be unlocked or jailbroken - are finding themselves locked out of App Store by Apple.
A preview version of the next edition of WHS - codenamed 'Vail' - has been leaked to file sharing sites, giving users a glimpse of the future.
Market watcher Gartner predicts that mobile application stores like the Android Market or Apple's App Store will generate $6.2 billion in revenue in 2010 - and could decide the platform war.
A trojan application which attempts to steal banking details, uncovered by First Tech Credit Union, has been removed from the Android Market - but leaves unanswered questions.
Microsoft has confirmed that applications removed from the Windows Marketplace for Mobile store after approval will be automatically deleted from users' handsets.
Mounting criticism of Apple's opaque policies for what's allowed - and what's not - in its iPhone App Store draws a personal response from Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President.
EA has finally released Wolfenstein RPG for the iPhone, complete with new graphics and modes.
3D Realms has released a version of PC classic Duke Nukem 3D for the iPhone.
In an attempt to drum up interest in its up-coming Windows Mobile Marketplace, Microsoft is giving away four Surface devices to developers.
O2 UK has launched a competition for the best O2-themed iPhone application - with a £10,000 prize - ahead of its exclusivity deal with Apple ending in September.
Sony has confirmed that it will be launching a new app store on the PSP in an attempt to rival Apple.
Resident Evil 4 is now coming to the iPhone it seems, after having first appeared and then being pulled from the App Store.
An officially licensed Commodore 64 emulator has been rejected from Apple's iPhone store, despite having early signs of approval.
Novell is set to launch an application store much like Apple's, with one major difference: all the software is open-source and free of charge.
The Intel-funded netbook-oriented Linux distribution Moblin is due to take a leaf from Ubuntu's book and offer support for Android applications.
Microsoft's up-coming Windows Mobile Marketplace will feature an interesting twist: purchases can be installed on up to five different devices for a single fee.
Nokia's Ovi Store - created as a response to the phenomenal success of Apple's App Store - will launch with 20,000 items in its catalogue: not all are applications, however.
BioWare has today announced that it will be bringing a new Mass Effect spin-off to the iPhone to prelude Mass Effect 2.
Amazon expands its Kindle Ebook program beyond its own hardware with a reader app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Unfortunately, like the Kindle, it's currently US only.
Google is set to introduce paid-for content to the Android Marketplace - with developers getting a 70 percent cut of the proceeds, and carries taking the remainder.
Microsoft has announced the launch of Seadragon Mobile, an image viewer available - for the moment - exclusively on rival Apple's iPhone platform.
Apple's App Store has beaten all expectations with the news that after just 142 days the service has reached 10,000 iPhone and iPod Touch applications.
Microsoft is to take a leaf out of Apple's book with the planned launch of a Windows Mobile application store dubbed "Skymarket".