I can appreciate the effort to have free and paid apps available at launch—something that Google didn't manage—but if it means submitting to steep payment processing fees that force cheap apps out of the picture, I'd rather wait.
Or maybe this was a conscious decision to filter out the endless $1 flashlights and fart simulators that litter the iTunes App Store. If so, change it. Those thousands of worthless, make-a-buck apps are annoying, yes, but they don't stop others from making, finding or purchasing countless app that, though great and worth something, belong somewhere below $3. [CrackBerry]