App Store Will Be Available In 20 New Countries Before This Year Is Over

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Apple is preparing to launch the app store App Store in 20 more countries before this year ends. App Store, one of the most important income items of Cupertinolu company, serves in 155 countries as of today.

US technology giant Apple announced in a written statement on its developer portal that the app store App Store will expand to 20 new countries before this year ends. Countries such as Afghanistan, Gabon, Iraq and Kosovo are among these locations.

Apple, which does not share an exact date of when the App Store will be launched in the new countries on the list, is calling on developers to update the information by April 10. The company also wants developers to log into their accounts and accept updated license agreements to make their applications accessible on time.

Apple is currently rolling out the app store App Store in 155 countries of the world. App Store, where users have downloaded nearly 200 billion apps since its opening in 2008, is one of the most popular app stores in the world.

In the financial report for the fourth quarter of 2019, Cupertinolu company reported that it has increased its service revenues, including the App Store, from $ 39.7 billion to $ 46.3 billion in the past year.

List of new countries where the App Store will be available
Afghanistan
Gabon
Ivory Coast
Georgia
Maldives
Serbia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Cameroon
Iraq
Kosovo
Libya
Montenegro
Morocco
Mozambique
Myanmar
Nauru
Rwanda
Tonga
Zambia
Vanuatu

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