HTC Droid Incredible Getting V Cast Apps Store Next Week
Owners of the HTC Droid Incredible will see a software update next week that will add Verizon Wireless' V Cast Apps store to the device. The V Cast Apps store is Verizon's own app storefront, and it offers a mix of exclusive apps, like V Cast tones and V Cast video, as well as apps from third-party developers who worked with Verizon Wireless on app approval. Developers may also sell their apps on the Google App Market, but Verizon Wireless and Google each have a distinct approval process. The V Cast Apps store offers carrier billing, a feature unavailable on the Android App Market on Verizon Wireless. The V Cast Apps storefront is already available on some Verizon BlackBerry devices.
source: Verizon Wireless
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You're going to have 2 markets, 3 when Amazon gets it's app store up and running.
Developers have to pay attention to screen size, hardware specs, software version, and now which freaking market their apps are in???
This is stupid.
Can We Refuse?