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Google Play seller support is coming to India, and that's a really big deal. Previously, app developers based in India could only make free apps, obviously limiting their potential. Starting today, Indian developers can submit paid apps, in-app purchases and subscriptions to the Google Play Store. For existing free apps that are already published, developers can simply add in-app purchases while they work on publishing a paid version

Additionally, users purchasing apps in India can now purchase in their home currency. Google is encouraging all app developers to set proper pricing information for Indian Rupees as soon as possible.

India is one of the fastest growing areas for Android, with a 400-percent jump in device activations over the last year. Google notes that in the last 6 months, more apps have been downloaded in India than the past 3 years combined. These new changes will influence developers around the world to start offering more great apps, which certainly benefits everyone.

Source: Android Developers Blog

 
There are 2 comments

kaimonkey says:

Does this mean you can buy playstore products in india too? I was about to buy my niece a chromebook and ship it over, but why bother when i can just give her monies and she can just buy it there.

ashwinb says:

I'm afraid not.. I live in India and the device store has not yet launched here