Windows 8 finally Released to Manufacturers on 1st of August,with Microsoft promising the early availability to the developers by the 15th of august so that they can submit their paid apps to the Windows Store.
But it seems like some of the developers has got a way to submit their apps earlier than expected,one of the reasons behind that Might be the earlier leaks of Windows 8 RTM,since the developers require a Windows 8 RTM version and not the Release Preview version in order to submit their paid apps to the Windows Store.
As spotted earlier by TheNextWeb,there were some paid apps being listed in the Windows Store with the likes of Sudoku,Baby Soothers, Feed Reader, Growth Tracker and Flashcards.So it either can be an early access to some of the apps,or the developers might have found out the alternate way of submitting their apps to the Store.
So its still unclear if these apps those were submitted by the developers have got an early access to the store or somehow got hold of the Windows 8 RTM earlier than the rest of the developers.
The Public version of Windows 8 is scheduled to be released on 26th October,so by the launch we will see some quality apps making their way to the Windows Store.