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Microsoft has announced that, with the completion of the Windows 8 RTM build, it is now allowing Windows 8 Metro app creators to submit their paid apps to the store.
The official websites for the current Windows 8 Metro apps available show that many of them have been updated ahead of the official Windows 8 Release Preview launch.
In the latest post on the official Windows 8 app developer blog, Microsoft offers some ways for app creators to track the screen sizes and states of their Metro apps.
The official Windows 8 app developers blog has posted the second part of their discussion as to how Metro app makers can create better live titles for their products.
Microsoft has announced that its Windows Store feature for Windows 8 will expand to 33 additional markets for submitting apps when the next major preview version of Windows 8 is released.