Google has recently opened the opportunity for many new countries (mostly in Africa) to publish and sell apps and games on the Google Play Store. As Android Police reports, six of these countries only allowed the publishing of free apps and games, but Google is now allowing developers from Benin, Botswana, Mali, Mozambique, Togo, and Turkmenistan to sell paid apps and games.
Google Play support is new to Burundi, Congo, Guinea, Lesotho, Libya, Malawi, Mauritania, and Niger. Developers in these countries can now register to publish both free and paid games and apps.
If any of our readers are developers in any of the countries mentioned above and wish to get started distributing apps, you can head to this link to register for a developer’s account.