Apple is expanding a App Store to 20 new countries this year, a association announced on a developer portal, imprinting a latest enlargement of Apple’s app marketplace around a globe.
For now, there’s no word on when support will be permitted for a new regions. However, Apple has asked developers to record into their accounts on a developer website and accept a updated permit agreements in sequence to make their apps permitted when a time comes.
Apple’s proclamation urges developers to refurbish their information by Apr 10th, definition that a rollout could start then. Currently, Apple offers a App Store in 155 countries or regions around a world.
The list of new countries that will have entrance to a App Store is as follows, around 9to5Mac:
- Cote d’Ivoire
- Bosnia and Herzegovina