Google Play extended for more international app developers
Google is expanding the list of countries and currencies from which Android developers can sell their products, according to its Android Developers blog.
Developers in Czech Republic, Israel, Poland, and Mexico can now sell priced applications and in-app products on Google Play, using their local bank accounts for payments.
This requies a Google Play developer account, but then apps can be priced in any available buyer currencies, with payouts and financial data being in the local currency.
“Additionally, we encourage developers everywhere to visit the Developer Console as soon as possible to set prices for their products in the currencies of these new countries. Stay tuned for more announcements soon as we continue to roll out our new billing infrastructure to buyers and sellers throughout the world,” writes Dirk Dougherty.