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Samsung's zero-commission app portal for indie developers goes live

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Last month, Samsung announced a partnership with EA's Chillingo to launch 100% Indie, a program designed to attract independent programmers to develop apps for the Samsung Apps store. Beginning today, fledgling app designers can join the program, submit their apps and keep 100 percent of the revenue earned for the first six months after launch (hence the program's name). Revenue shares then drop down to 90 percent of earnings for the remainder of the first year, followed by an 80-percent split during the app's second year, before ending with the usual 70-percent cut afterward -- in line with Google and Apple's fees. Head over to the source link to find out how to join in.

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