Apple expands the App Store to 20 new countries
Apple has expanded the availability of its App Store to 20 new countries, bringing its tally to a total of 155.
The countries are – Afghanistan, Gabon, Cote dIvoire, Georgia, Maldives, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cameroon, Iraq, Kosovo, Libya, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nauru, Rwanda, Tonga, Zambia and Vanuatu.
Since starting digital business in July 2008 the App Store has generated $155 billion in developer earnings and a heap more in earnings for Apple itself.
Source | Via