Singapore-based startup Lotaris just announced to open their Lotaris in-appCommerce for Windows 8 Early Release Program today. The collaborative three-month program, available to the first 300 registrants, enables developers to keep 100% of their revenues for 90 days after account activation. The Lotaris service leverages Microsoft’s industry-first opportunity for developers to use a third-party commerce platform within the Windows Store and provides more control over mobile and PC app licensing and payments.

Lotaris is one of the leading mobile application licensing and transaction management for developers, independent software vendors and software publishers.

The Apple software/apps and Google Android ecosystem are enjoying their flourishes with Windows being left behind. Now with the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft is aiming to keep up to the game by facilitating the Windows 8 app ecosystem. Now, it’s Microsoft and Windows 8 app developers’ show time.

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Ben Jiang

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