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Facebook took another step toward its goal of being a platform for developers Wednesday, by announcing that it will launch its own App Center, a single location for the platforms many applications.
The company also announced that it will begin supporting paid apps, a program that it is offering to developers in a beta test. (Right now, developers can have in-app payments on the network, but all applications have been free to access.)
In a company blog post, Facebooks Aaron Brady said that the new center will be a way for Facebook users to identify high-quality apps connected to the social network.
Well-designed apps that people enjoy will be prominently displayed. Apps that receive poor user ratings or dont meet the quality guidelines wont be listed, he wrote.Read full article>>