Microsoft reveals more info on Windows Store unification


Microsoft today revealed more info on its road to the Windows Store unification. In a new blog post today, Microsoft’s Bernardo Zamora revealed new some new improvements for Windows Store Payout. Ahead of the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft is preparing to unify the Windows Phone Store and the Windows Store for Windows 10 developers.

From next month, developers will have access to much more details information on their payouts. Microsoft is also reducing the payout threshold to $25 for developers. Additionally, developers will be able to get single payouts for their Windows, and Windows Phone apps. Microsoft is also making improvements to the dashboard. For example, if there’s any error with any payment, the tiles on the dashboard will be red. These new changes are available on the Developer Dashboard Preview, which we exclusively reported about several weeks aago.


This is indeed a good step towards the Windows Store unification. Windows developers will now be able to receive a single payout for all of their apps, which is certainly a very good news for developers. If you’re a Windows developer, are you excited for the new changes? Discuss in the comment section below!

Source: Microsoft

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