Google Rolling Out Paid Android Apps In More Countries

Google dropped word to developers that paid Android apps support was on its way to more countries than the 14 currently supported. In the email, the company did not specify a timeframe other than "over the next few weeks' and stopped short of saying which markets would be gaining support for paid apps. So far, […]

Google dropped word to developers that paid Android apps support was on its way to more countries than the 14 currently supported. In the email, the company did not specify a timeframe other than "over the next few weeks' and stopped short of saying which markets would be gaining support for paid apps. So far, the startup has identified 13 "new" countries: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Finland, Hong Kong, Israel, Mexico, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Singapore and South Africa.

Other reports suggest Sweden and Hungary are two other countries that are starting to see paid apps support. Note that we haven't yet confirmed this is actually the case for these countries, but Distimo's tracking system was built to pick up things like this."

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