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Webflow Is Now Free For Students And Educators

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Starting today, Webflow is free of charge to all students worldwide who are currently studying at an accredited college or school or studying at one of their approved online course partners (General Assembly, Thinkful, Ironhack, […]

Starting today, Webflow is free of charge to all students worldwide who are currently studying at an accredited college or school or studying at one of their approved online course partners (General Assembly, Thinkful, Ironhack, Designlab, Careerfoundry, and Coursera’s Google UX course). Educators who would like to teach web design with Webflow can also apply for a free account.

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Spotify Opening Up Video Podcast Creation To Everyone Through Anchor

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Spotify is rolling out video podcasting to everyone through its creation platform Anchor. After video podcasts are fully rolled out, Spotify says it will extend monetization features to video podcasts as well.

Spotify is rolling out video podcasting to everyone through its creation platform Anchor. After video podcasts are fully rolled out, Spotify says it will extend monetization features to video podcasts as well.

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Google Cuts Play Store Fees To 15% Of App Subscription Revenues

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Faced with high-profile lawsuits and a proposed bill targeting the fees its Play Store marketplace charges app developers, Google has announced it will lower its cut of recurring subscription revenues from 30% to 15%. In late 2020 and early 2021, respectively, Apple and […]

Faced with high-profile lawsuits and a proposed bill targeting the fees its Play Store marketplace charges app developers, Google has announced it will lower its cut of recurring subscription revenues from 30% to 15%.

In late 2020 and early 2021, respectively, Apple and Google announced they were making changes. Google decided it would only take a 15% cut of the first $1 million earned by developers each year. After developers were paid out $1 million total, the fee would go back to 30% for the remainder of the year, and reset the next year.

Now, Google is saying it will permanently only take a 15% cut of revenue generated by recurring subscriptions, regardless of how much apps make.

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