Huawei plans to add fees for in-app purchases to Harmony OS. At the moment, no commission is charged to developers to attract them to the site.

Huawei plans to add in-app purchase fees to Harmony OS
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Huawei intends to introduce a commission for in-app purchases in its own Harmony OS operating system. Sources told Bloomberg about this.

According to the publication, the commission for developers will be 20%. This is lower than, for example, Apple and Google, which charge publishers 30%. Xiaomi developer commission is up to 50%.

Huawei declined to comment on the possible introduction of a commission.

There is currently no commission for Harmony OS developers. With this step, Huawei decided to attract editors to the site.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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