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Google Starts Charging a Signup Fee For Chrome Extension Developers

August 21st, 2010 08:35 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

trooperer writes “On Thursday, Google introduced two significant changes in the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery: a developer signup fee and a domain verification system. The signup fee is a one-time payment of $5. The announcement says its purpose is to ‘create better safeguards against fraudulent extensions in the gallery and limit the activity of malicious developer accounts.’ Developers who already registered with the gallery can continue to update their extensions and publish new items without paying the fee.”
Google also made available a developer preview for the Chrome Web Store.

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