Apple announced to developers monday that it will expand access to the App Store in 20 other countries later this year, bringing the total number of supported countries to 175,media outlet Apple Insider reported. The App Store has generated more than $155 billion in revenue for developers and is currently available in 155 countries around the world. Starting in April, the list will add 20 new countries.
In an update to app developers, Apple says developers need to accept updated program licensing agreements and paid application agreements before their applications can appear in new countries. However, Apple has not yet announced which specific countries are getting the App Store. After completing these steps, developers can simply select the “New country or region” box in the Pricing and Availability section.
Apple recommends that developers complete these steps by April 10, 2020 to ensure that their applications are available to these new countries on time and smoothly.
You can find a complete list of supported countries and regions on apple’s website. As of this time, the page has not been updated with new areas.