Play Store expands paid apps support to six more countries
Only developers in a select number of countries have the ability to sell their apps on the Play Store, but that list has now expanded by a further six.
Here are the new additions:
Trinidad and Tobago
Back in April, Google enabled support for Tunisia and Zimbabwe.
Many of our readers are not based in these countries and so most are likely unaware there are countries where developers can release free apps on the Play Store but cannot monetise with paid apps or in-app purchases.
That unfortunate list, thankfully, is slowly getting smaller.
What are your thoughts on the Play Store’s paid apps support expansion? Let us know in the comments.
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