Google has signed an agreement with the developer community to fund Android app development.
Developers will receive $30,000 for every 10 apps they make.
The funds will help cover costs of hardware and software development, and will be available for developers to use for free.
Google has also added a special $10,000 credit for Android apps that are free to download.
Google also announced a new developer community called Android Developer Community.
Developers can start by contributing $50 to their apps and $100 to the project they’re creating.
It’s the first time developers will receive a monthly allowance of $50,000.
Android App Store: The first 100 apps available for download on the Google Play store are free for everyone.
Developers also get to use Google’s new Android SDK and the Google Developer Tools for free to develop apps.
Developers who sign up with the Google App Store can then create and distribute apps for Android devices.
Developers are allowed to include a number of features, such as sharing files and sharing links between apps, as well as a user interface that makes it easier for users to interact with apps.
Android Apps for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows Phone 7.5: Developers can now create apps for Windows Phones 8.0 and 7.4, but the platforms only support one version of Android.
Developers get a choice of Windows Phone, Windows Phone 9, or Windows Phone 10, depending on the device they want to build for.
Developers have to add Windows Phone compatibility to their app.
Developers may also choose to include the Windows Phone Developer Tools, which allow developers to customize their apps to run on Windows phones.
Google announced the availability of the Google Android SDK on April 5, but only a limited number of developers have gotten the free access.
Google’s app store also includes a number to other developers.
Developers of third-party apps can get a 10% discount for using Google’s Developer Tools and Android SDK for Windows apps.
Google is also providing $10 for each app that runs on Google’s Web app platform.
Developers building for iOS will get $100, $300, or $1,000 in additional support for their apps.
iOS apps are free and can be shared on any app store or app store platform.
Android apps for iPhones and iPads will be free to use.
The Google App store also has a developer community that is free to participate in.
Developers with an existing app can join the developer group for free, and developers can invite friends to join the group.
The developer group is open to developers of all skill levels.