Apple promises App Store enlargement to 20 new countries starting subsequent month

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In a post on a developer website this afternoon, Apple has announced that a App Store is rising in 20 new countries this year. Apple hasn’t nonetheless pronounced that countries are enclosed in this expansion. [Update: View a list below]

Apple says:

Today, a App Store gives we a event to bond with users in 155 countries or regions. We’re gratified to announce that a App Store will enhance even over this year with arriving support for 20 new countries, permitting we to boost your impact and grow your business in new markets.

The concentration of today’s proclamation is on informing developers of a arriving enlargement and ensuring they are prepared. Here’s what Apple says developers need to do before Apr 10:

To concede your app to seem in these new countries, your membership Account Holder initial needs to accept a updated Program License Agreement by signing in to their comment on a Apple Developer website. If we have a Paid Applications Agreement, a Account Holder will also need to accept this updated agreement in App Store Connect. You can afterwards name a “New Countries or Regions” checkbox in a Pricing and Availability territory of your app information page to automatically make your app accessible in all new countries.

By completing these stairs before Apr 10, developers can make certain their app is “ready to be published as calm primarily becomes accessible opposite new locations.”

You can learn some-more in Apple’s full proclamation here. Here are a new countries, according to an updated chronicle of Apple’s Developer Agreement:

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Gabon
  3. Cote d’Ivoire
  4. Georgia
  5. Maldives
  6. Serbia  
  7. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  8. Cameroon
  9. Iraq
  10. Kosovo
  11. Libya
  12. Montenegro
  13. Morocco
  14. Mozambique
  15. Myanmar
  16. Nauru
  17. Rwanda
  18. Tonga
  19. Zambia
  20. Vanuatu   

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