Google Wave, the search giant's new Web conversation aggregator, is set to get its own version of Apple's App Store. Google Wave software engineer Lars Resmussen previously suggested Wave developers
have been clamoring for such a store. Also, developers have already used Wave's API to put together apps like teleconference and videoconference tools, and even multiplayer games.
coders have likely looked at the millions of dollars being churned out to developers from the 100,000 apps on the iTunes App Store and figured that they'd like a piece of the action on the Wave
platform. Resmussen has even hinted Google could well get into the revenue-sharing game too, much as in the existing Apple and Android stores. Reasons Fast Company
, "A Wave app would presumably
work on pretty much any platform Wave would -- from smartphones to desktops."
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