Developers In Azerbaijan, Iceland, Peru, and Yemen Can Now Enjoy The Benefit of Selling Paid Apps On Google Play Store.

Many African countries support Google Play Developer registration, but does not Supports Merchant Registration.

Google play ICONGoogle has finally licensed developers in Azerbaijan, Iceland, Peru, and Yemen to submit paid apps to its Play Store, as well as offer in-app purchases. All the other days, Android users for the four countries could only purchase Android apps, but not sell them. The developers in this regions count themselves lucky since there are a couple nations to date still cannot sell their apps (mostly African countries).

Normally what happens to developers who cannot sell their app, is that, they develop and publish them in the play store as free apps since Google offers no way to pay them.

The update posted to Google’s developer console support page says that they can now set up a Google Payments account to get paid in local currency (US dollars for Azerbaijan and Yemen, Euro for Iceland, and Nuevo Sol for Peru).

Notably, Amazon seems to be much better at expanding paid services worldwide, probably because of its retailer experience. Apps on the Amazon Appstore can already be paid for and downloaded in all four countries – Azerbaijan and Yemen were added almost a year ago, along with many other smaller nations.

SOURCE: Developer console Help

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