Google allows third-party payment systems outside of the Play Store in Korea with a discount

In a report by The Wall Street Journal, Google is complying with Korea’s new laws that require companies like Apple and Google to offer customers the choice to use payment systems outside of their app store apps.

The catch here is that Google will still charge service fees to developers wishing to us their own payment system, but at a discounted rate. According to the report, e-Book and music streaming developers would pay Google 6% instead of 10%, while most other developers will have to pay 11% instead of 15%. Meanwhile, popular devs will need pay 26% versus the regular 30% in service…

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