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    News - 7digital launches Apple app store work-around

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    Re: News - 7digital launches Apple app store work-around

    7digital will take a simple retailer's cut from its own-branded stores, but it has two main options for third parties. Spotify has a revenue share with 7digital, whereas most of the other companies pay up-front license fees to access its API, but don't share revenue from purchases.
    7digital power the Ubuntu Music Store and I believe that Canonical get a cut of every purchase - certainly that's the way it's sold - support Ubuntu by buying stuff from here!
    So 7digital has made apps for Android and BlackBerry, which it announced updates to today, but to date it's still awaiting approval from Apple for its iOS app.
    Good luck with that!

    here are also updates to the Android and BlackBerry apps, with the former created primarily to enable Android users to access their already-purchased content on the go.
    Interesting to know, I wonder if my Ubuntu Music Store stuff would also appear with 7digital's application on 'droid - as an alternative to using the Ubuntu One client.

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