By Evan Blass | October 4, 2010 8:08 AM
Google is poised to offer paid apps in more regions in which the Android Market is supported, according to an email received by developers as well as a note on the official platform development blog. Support for commercial applications has already been expanded from nine to 29 countries over the last few days, with 18 more nations expected to join the club in the coming weeks. Users simply need to select the “All Locations” option in the Market settings for their particular’s country’s paid apps to become visible, after they are rolled out.
Of course, Android users with rooted devices have already been able to purchase apps from other regional Markets through the Market Enabler application for some time now, although obviously native support is the more desirable way to go. For a full list of countries being added to the paid apps game, you can follow the Google Via link below.