Carriers (not Google) will take 30% rev share
the Android Market will have no revenue-share on your apps and will offer the possibility to offer Lite-Versions. Read it yourself:
... "We want the next killer application to be written for cell phones, not the Internet," Rubin told lucrative for some content creators. To combat this, Rubin said the Android Market will offer the ability to offer free trials of apps before customers have to buy them. Apple doesn't officially allow this, but many developers get around this by offering "Lite," or stripped down versions of the apps.
Additionally, developers may be drawn to the open nature of the Android Market, which will not be as restrictive as Apple's offerings. Apple has recently made moves to ease growing frustration with developers.
While the Android Market will only initially allow free apps in the store when the G1 launches, paid apps will eventually be offered and Google will not be taking a cut of the revenue. By contrast, Apple takes a 30% share of any app sold in its store. ...
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