Google has now comes up with yet another solution for their users. Now you can get all your third party applications under Google Apps MarketPlace. As we know Google is already providing online Apps for companies and individual, but now Google is trying to build a Apps Market to provide wide range and variety of Applications under one platform

Vic Gundotra, vice president of engineering for Google said:

The Google Apps Marketplace will allow Google Apps users to purchase third-party applications to run atop the Google Apps suite. Developers will have to pay a one-time $100 fee to list their applications in the store, and Google will get a 20 percent cut of all applications sold through the store.

To create more business atmosphere Google is trying to focus on more online applications for users so that they can easily access their whole data online with their accounts. The idea is that although Google has an army of capable software developers, it can't hope to anticipate the needs of every single Google Apps users. Third-party developers can fill those gaps and make Google Apps more useful to businesses with unique needs that don't quite fit into the Google Apps suite.

Google Apps Marketplace for Business


Google has now comes up with yet another solution for their users. Now you can get all your third party applications under Google Apps MarketPlace. As we know Google is already providing online Apps for companies and individual, but now Google is trying to build a Apps Market to provide wide range and variety of Applications under one platform

Vic Gundotra, vice president of engineering for Google said:

The Google Apps Marketplace will allow Google Apps users to purchase third-party applications to run atop the Google Apps suite. Developers will have to pay a one-time $100 fee to list their applications in the store, and Google will get a 20 percent cut of all applications sold through the store.

To create more business atmosphere Google is trying to focus on more online applications for users so that they can easily access their whole data online with their accounts. The idea is that although Google has an army of capable software developers, it can't hope to anticipate the needs of every single Google Apps users. Third-party developers can fill those gaps and make Google Apps more useful to businesses with unique needs that don't quite fit into the Google Apps suite.

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