More countries, more sellers, more buyers

According to Android developers, 20 more countries have been added to the list of developers that can sell paid apps on Android Market. Additionally, over the next 2 weeks, users in 18 more countries will be able to purchase paid apps from Android Market.

Today’s additions included Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland and Taiwan.

This is good news for Android, as it is continuing to grow and improve on an international scale.

Android developers are continuing to add more countries to the list in an effort to bring more international business to Android Market and the Android community in general.

[via android-developers]

  • Howard

    Odd, I’m in Canada and bought apps long before this announcement on their blog.

  • epul

    i hope my country Malaysia will be in the list :-(

  • Urbs

    Good! But what you so f…ing long Google? Here in Sweden and other countries everybody have been shaking their heads since the G1 came.

  • Mike Donovan

    I believe that people in Canada could buy apps, but developers in Canada could not sell apps until now.

  • curse

    still no pay apps in Sweden..

  • Patrick

    Same here in Argentina…No paid apps still!!!

  • Oh shit! Does that mean that more and more apps are not available in my country?

  • curse

    Today we got the pay apps in Sweden.