Microsoft Updates: Facebook support, developer fees and more

Microsoft updates are what we all want and the Microsoft Marketplace has just dropped developer update fees, Facebook support and much more.

Yes Microsoft has just recently announced that they will not charge developers for any updates to software applications that are submitted to Windows Marketplace (Application Store); developers can now make such updates throughout their software’s life-cycle for no additional charge.

Developers obviously got a little ticked off after hearing that they might have to pay fees for updates to their mobile applications. Microsoft has announced 25 popular developers that will support and of course release apps for the Windows Marketplace when it launches, some of these names include MySpace, FaceBook, EA Mobile, AP Mobile, Pandora, SPB, CNBC, Sling Media, Accuweather and many more. For more information on this news please visit Mobile Burn.

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