Google has apologised to Android developers for inconvenience they may have experienced due to late payments and said that fees have now been processed and should arrive this week.
Over a hundred European Android developers complained on Google's forums that they had not received their February payments on 7 March as expected.
"We have worked to resolve this, and payouts were initiated on 15 March 2012. However, your bank may take up to three additional business days to register the payout in your account," said a Google employee known as Crystal H on the forums.
"We apologise for any inconvenience you may have experienced and appreciate your understanding."
Developers get a 70 per cent share of the sales their apps receive when sold on the Google Play store, the new name for the Android Market.
One developer, YossarianIAm, kick-started the complaints on the forum nearly two weeks ago when he said he had not received the payment that was shown by Google Checkout to have already been processed.
"Any other developers also having this issue?" he asked. "This is the first time I have not been paid since using Google Checkout over 13 months ago."
Google's lack of response to the complaints in the forum caused further frustration amongst developers.
"It is totally scary that there is no one to answer to that kind of request at Google," said forum user, rgruet.
"It's like there are just a bunch of robots, we pay 30 per cent of our sales and we have no one to talk to. It's insane, I don't know of another business with such an abysmal customer service."
Meanwhile forum user animaonline_dev seemed to have lost faith in Google altogether.
"Let's hope it's just a delay, there is no use contacting Google support. I must say, I'm really disappointed."
Google did not respond to V3 when contacted for comment.
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