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Google lets four new countries sell apps in their native currencies from Google Play

Google lets four new countries sell apps in their native currencies from Google Play
Google announced on Thursday that developers in the Czech Republic, Israel, Poland, and Mexico can now sell paid-apps and in-app purchases on Google Play and have the revenue deposited right in their local bank account. In other words, developers in those four countries can now accept their native currency. If you develop apps in any of the four countries listed above, Google wants you to visit play.google.com/apps/publish to open a Google Play developer account. Once that is done, you simply upload your app, price them in any currency available for buyers, publish your app and then receive your financial data and payouts in your hometown currency.

Developers in Mexico and Israel who have already been using an Adsense Merchant account to sell apps, have to switch to a Google Play developer account in their local currency. Google says developers in those two countries will be receiving an email from the Mountain View based tech giant detailing how to migrate to a new Google Play developer account.

Since app buyers in the Czech Republic, Israel, Poland, and Mexico will be able to make Google Play purchases in their native currency, Google suggests that all developers head to the Developer Console to set prices for their apps in the four new currencies that are now accepted.

source: Google via Phandroid

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posted on 13 Apr 2012, 10:38 1

1. jmoita2 (Posts: 930; Member since: 23 Dec 2011)


"Lets them"??? How presumptuous.

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