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Java Store Accepting PayPal Payments

November 02, 2009

The beta version of the Java store, where developers can offer their Java SE, Java ME, or JavaFX applications for sale, and consumers can purchase them, now accepts PayPal payments. Announced at JavaOne 2009, the Java store has been missing this important component, unable to complete the financial transaction, until now. 

You can price your software between $1.99 to $200.00, and you can choose the appropriate license rights. As a result, you receive 70% of your application's revenue through the store. Through PayPal, you instantly receive payment through your account, and you can accurately track sales. Consumers gain the peace of mind and convenience PayPal offers. 


  • The consumer JavaStore portal is:
  • The developer warehouse portal is:


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Happy coding (and sales)!


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