Amazon Appstore reaches 41 new countries

Amazon AppstoreAmazon has announced that it has expanded the reach of Amazon Appstore to 41 new markets. The Android consumers in these countries will be able to download free and paid apps from one more source now. With the latest round of expansion, Amazon Appstore is now accessible in a total of 236 countries.

“This expansion represents an opportunity for Amazon developers to target new areas in Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia, including some of the most populous and connected nations in the world. Singapore, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, and Turkey are just a few examples,” noted Peter Heinrich of Amazon Appstore in a blog post.

To remind you, the last major expansion of Amazon Appstore took place in May last year.

Amazon states that the app developers can now go through the local restrictions and enable their apps to be available in the new markets.

Here is the full list of new countries getting Amazon Appstore

Algeria

Djibouti

Kazakhstan

Mauritania

Qatar

Tunisia

Azerbaijan

Egypt

Kuwait

Morocco

Saudi Arabia

Turkey

Bahrain

Eritrea

Kyrgyzstan

Niger

Senegal

Turkmenistan

Bangladesh

Gambia

Lebanon

Nigeria

Sierra Leone

United Arab Emirates

Brunei Darussalam

Guinea

Malaysia

Oman

Singapore

Uzbekistan

Burkina Faso

Indonesia

Maldives

Pakistan

Somalia

Yemen

Chad

Jordan

Mali

Palestinian Territories

Tajikistan


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