Coders demand changes to Android Market practices

Union formed for Android developers

Disgruntled coders are demanding a change in the Android Market terms and conditions, and they formed a sort of union to formalise their demands.

On the official blog they describer being "tired of being treated like sharecroppers on Google’s digital plantation" and threaten to move their apps to alternative stores.

The demands include renegotiation of the 32 per cent Google share on app sales, open bug tracking, increased payment options, and an appeals process when apps are removed.

The full story can be read on our sister site, ME.

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