A new report says that Google is following Apple down the revenue split rabbit’s hole, but will make its own changes much sooner than Apple. Specifically, ReCode is reporting that Google will adopt the same 15 percent take for subscription apps as Apple announced this morning, but is making the change effective immediately rather than forcing developers to wait 12 months to collect more. The Next Web has been able to independently confirm the news. Unfortunately, we don’t know if Google is going to have a similar set of rules governing subscription apps. Apple has a myriad of monetization options…

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