The current list of the top 10 paid Windows 8 apps in the Windows Store shows that Rovio's popular Angry Birds Star Wars is the king at the number one slot.
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A new report claims that a few paid apps are beginning to appear in versions of the Windows Store feature in Windows 8, even though technically they are not supposed to be available yet.
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.