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Windows Runtime via C# by Jeffrey Richter and Maarten van de Bospoort

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Chapter 11. Windows Store

So here you are. You’ve developed your app, tested it on all your available systems and on the simulator for different screen sizes, and now you’re ready to reap the benefits of all those long days and nights. You want to submit your app to the Windows Store so that users can easily discover it and install it. Also, any updates you make to your app are automatically deployed to your users.[85] In addition, the Windows Store developer portal dashboard gives you a lot of information about your app and its users, such as download volume and reviews, but it also gives you crash data that you can use to quickly close the loop with your customers and give them fixes for your app.

If you want to make money with your app, you ...

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