Google announced today that it has expanded access to free apps on Google Play to users in Sudan for the first time, allowing even more users to check out what Google Play has to offer. From Google:
As part of a commitment to helping more people around the globe use technology to communicate, find and create information, we're announcing the availability of free apps and games on +Google Play in Sudan for the first time!
Google says that this is part of an effort to bring access to more Google services on a global scale, and follows similar rollouts to Cuba, Myanmar, and Iran last year. It's unclear if and when paid content may make it's way to Sudan, but this is good news regardless.