The cut will take effect from July with 99% of developers globally receiving a reduction as the company and Apple face legal action from Epic Games
Google will slash the fee it takes from Android app developers in the Google Play store by half following a similar move by Apple last year, as the two companies face legal challenges over the fees.
The company announced the move, which will take effect from July, in a blog post on Tuesday. The amount taken from purchases of apps, or in-app purchases, on the Google Play store will be cut from 30% to 15% for the first US$1m (A$1.3m) of revenue that developers earn each year.
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