Just as the iTunes store provides paid and free applications for iPhone and iPod Touch users, Google recently announced that Android Market also follows the same path.
This change, which is likely to provide strength and support for the provision of more complex applications, will allow developers to generate revenue (30% of the sales value will be directed to Google). Currently all applications available on the Android Market are free to download.
US and UK users will be the first to win the chance to buy apps, followed by consumers from Germany, Austria, the Netherlands. France, Italy and Spain.