Palm said Tuesday its WebOS developer program will open in December with an "unparalleled level of transparency" in a not-so-subtle dig at Apple.
The company, which is playing catch-up to Apple with its applications store, kicked off its App Catalog beta program on Tuesday.
Among the key details of Palm's developer program:
A 70/30 revenue split. (Palm gets 30 percent.)
A $99 annual fee. That fee is waived if you submit an open-source WebOS app.
The company will review every application and developers will pay a fee of $50 for each app.
Read more of Palm developer program set for December lift-off at ZDNet.