Amazon today announced developers can now set a list price for their Web apps on the Amazon Appstore in nearly 200 countries across the globe. The feature, which lets you choose currencies based on the local markets you’re publishing to, is retroactive to all Web apps that have already been published:


As you can see above, existing developers can thus log into their Developer Account to see an updated “Availability & Pricing” tab with the option to charge for the app. In August, Amazon enabled HTML5 developers to publish hosted Web apps next to native Android apps in the Amazon Appstore, but until today, they were automatically set to free.

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