Google expands Market for paid Android apps, but still snubs 85% of the world

Good news! If you’re an Android developer living in Brazil, Canada, Russia, or 17 other countries you can cancel the movers because Google will now let you sell Android apps in the Market. Likewise, you folks in India, Singapore, and 16 other places can stay right where you are because in a couple of weeks you’ll be able to pay for those apps. That’s right, Google announced a large expansion to the Android Market today when it added 20 new countries where developers of paid apps can live and 18 more places where consumers of those apps can live. However the number still falls far short of the total number of countries in the world. Here’s a copy of the email they sent out to registered developers: From: Android Market Support Date: Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 6:45 PM Subject: A Message from Android Market Hello, We’re writing to inform you about some changes to Android Market that require your attention. Effective today, developers from 20 additional countries (Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland and Taiwan) can now sell paid apps on Android Market…. Read full this story

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