How to download cracked apps in Windows 8 Store
The Windows Store is a digital distribution platform in Microsoft's Windows 8 and Windows RT operating system. The platform can be used to provide listings for desktop applications certified to run on Windows 8, but is also the primary distribution platform for a new type of app called "Windows Store apps".
Free and paid applications can be distributed through the Windows Store, with paid apps ranging in cost from US$1.49 to $999.99. The Windows Store was first made available with Windows 8 Consumer Preview on February 29, 2012.
Comparable to other similar platforms, such as the Mac App Store and Google Play, Windows Store is curated and apps must be certified for compatibility and content. Microsoft takes 30% of the sale price of Windows Store apps until sales reach $25,000 at which point it is reduced to 20%.
It was announced in December 2012 that the Windows store on Windows 8 and Windows RT editions has already reached 35,000 apps available.