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The Google Play Store allows you to download and purchase Android apps, as well as music, movies, TV shows, e-books and magazines, and some Android devices and accessories. The Chrome Web Store allows you to download and purchase apps, extensions and themes for your Google Chrome browser (or Chrome OS device).


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It is possible to transfer an extension by filling this form.


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I'm not finding any apps that have an initial charge either. I am finding apps that require you to pay money in order to use them, but just not install them. Netflix, for example. You can install the app for nothing... the service is just useless without an account. FreeMovies.com is another one. The Chrome app costs nothing. However, in order to ...


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Here are some of not-free Chrome extensions https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/english-grammar/dmlipdpffkahdcimegmdfkkfnlmdgnjl?utm_source=chrome-ntp-icon https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/timed-test-division-facts/mimjmfnekgfaepenmgcfdekeenpocmcg?utm_source=chrome-ntp-icon


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The first one is an extension, but the second one is an application (The reviews tab says "Rate this extension" or "Rate this application"). Extensions can appear in the extension bar. Apps can appear on the apps screen.


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Only Google can say for sure, but it seems to me that it is likely there were two different extensions originally, and they've been able to merge the codebases. Perhaps one had been originally for Chromebooks and the other for Chrome on other OSes. And, while they've been able to make them identical, some people will have one installed and some the other. ...


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Update: 7/18/13 Div from Google has posted an update on the Google Products Forum: Hi folks: Thanks so much for your reports -- we definitely want you to get to publishing! We've been working with the team here and it looks like a fix is on its way (hurray). No exact timeline, but it should be here soon. More from me if I receive any updates. ...


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Information on the app packs can be found at Google's Support Page. App packs are packages of apps that an admin can install for its users. Here are the details from the page on the pre-installed app-packs: You can pre-install apps on your users' managed Chrome devices so that they see the apps from their apps list when they're signed in to their Chrome ...


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I don't believe this is going to be an easy task. If you view the Developer Tools Catagory source code. You will notice that the store's "heavy lifting" is implemented in https://chrome.google.com/webstore/static/1367528764/wall/js/webstore.js which is a minimized javascript application that is quite extensive. One way to get the desired information would be ...


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There's little difference between "installing" these applications in Chrome, and adding them as bookmarks. You do get a nice view of them from the "blank tab" screen, though. Some applications also add buttons to Chrome's interface. That does not seem to be the case with any of the Google Apps Chrome Apps, but they may be added in the future.


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Chrome extension are written in javascript, and thus users are easily just copied your extension without huge effort. Thus you can say code are visible to users, thus there is no use to get paid your code. As mention Bon Gart, you can only get paid for online service.


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According to the FAQ's you can in fact have apps that require payment first to download/use much like the Apple app store. I would suspect that you never see paid ones, simply because if there is something close to it already free then of course not many people would go for the paid one therefore it's probably not popular. I would assume since their ...


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