Google Opens App Store For Business Software

10 Mar 2010 | Google , Smartphone , Software | 0 comments


google apps marketplaceIn an effort to steal some of Microsoft's business users, Google yesterday launched an online store dedicated exclusively to business applications.

The store is called Google Apps Marketplace and it offers apps from 50 companies, including Concur, eFax, Intuit, Jobvite and many more. Google said that the marketplace will provide Google Apps users with many more capabilities, like customer tracking, expense reporting and other functions.

Third-party developers will have to pay $100 to place their applications into the Google Apps Marketplace and get an 80% cut of each sale.

"The marketplace is going to significantly help Google Apps adoption and also help adoption of our partner apps, We're going to bring 25 million users to these partner companies." - Vander Mey