Microsoft says that when its Windows Marketplace for Mobile app store launches this Autumn, it will have around 600 certified apps available. That’s less than iPhone and Android, obviously (50,000 and 5,000 respectively), but more than the Palm Pre, which currently has 30. Microsoft’s store will allow people to pay by credit card or on their operator bill, and there’ll be a 24-hour return policy for apps if they’re not happy.

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