The App Store is a digital distribution platform for mobile apps on iOS, developed and maintained by Apple Inc. The service allows users to browse and download applications that were developed with Apple's iOS SDK. The apps can be downloaded directly to an iOS device, or onto a personal computer via iTunes. The "App Store" is not the only app store available, with there being other well-known app stores for Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry 10. Applications in "The App Store" are targeted at iOS devices, including iPhones and iPads, and may make use of specific attributes of those devices, such as motion sensors for game controls and cameras for online video calling. Apps may be downloaded for free or for a set cost, and they may include in-app monetization. Apple takes 30 percent of all revenue generated through apps, and 70 percent goes to the app's publisher.