Developers From Cyprus, Jamaica, Panama, Malta And 8 More Countries Can Now Sell Paid Apps On Play Store


Today, Google 12 countries in which Cyprus, Jamaica, Panama and Malta made the list to register for merchant accounts and begin selling paid apps and games to the world. Developers from these countries can now earn big bucks selling on Google Play Store.
Before now, Android phone users in these countries can purchase paid and make in-app purchase, and the Developer can only submit free apps and depend on advertising revenue.

Here are the 12 countries added for merchant accounts:

• Bahrain
• Bolivia
• Bulgaria
• Cyprus
• Dominican Republic
• Estonia
• Honduras
• Jamaica
• Latvia
• Lithuania
• Malta
• Panama

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Out of the 152 countries Google Play currently accepts for developer registration, 74 now support merchant accounts. With today’s additions, more developers will have an opportunity to earn money for great apps, particularly those that serve their local population.

Via: Google

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Ikechukwu Onu is a Certified Full-stack Digital Marketer and Digital Media Pundit with a profound interest in all things tech. When he is not working, you’ll find him at an outreach, hang out with friends, or streaming a series/movies.


  1. I don’t like App that need to be bought on Google Play Store before they can be installed and use.

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