Application updates are chargeable on Windows Marketplace for Mobile, says Microsoft

Earlier this month, Microsoft detailed the pricing plans of Windows Marketplace for Mobile, now Microsoft reports that “application updates will count as new application submissions, and therefore will count towards the first 5 free submissions, or will cost $99 each after the that”. That is, every new binary is treated as a new application. What this […]
Earlier this month, Microsoft detailed the pricing plans of Windows Marketplace for Mobile, now Microsoft reports that “application updates will count as new application submissions, and therefore will count towards the first 5 free submissions, or will cost $99 each after the that”. That is, every new binary is treated as a new application. What this means to developers is that if they submit one application to the marketplace, they have only 4 opportunities to update that application a year.