Google isn’t the only mobile software company bringing support for in-app purchases. Research in Motion has rolled out an updated version of the BlackBerry App World today, with support for in-app payments.

This will allow developers to offer free or paid apps and then charge users for additional content such as game levels, updates, music, or other content. Because the the in-app purchases are baked into the App World system, developers will be able to collect payments without taking your credit card information. Fees will just be added to your existing bill.

via PocketBerry

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