Google lists Nigeria among “supported locations” as apps now display Naira pricing

Google has just listed Nigeria among supported locations for distribution to Google Play to users. This allows developers set prices of their apps and services using the local currency. In turn, you”ll get to see prices of apps listed in Naira (for Nigerians).

Apps Naira

Reports from Androidcentral says that the the move also involves Qatar and Kazakhstan. Some users have also found out the new pricing affects in-app purchases. This is a good move, because it eliminates the metal exercise of having to estimate the equivalent prices in local currencies.

See the full list of supported locations HERE.

Etoniru Chibueze

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4 thoughts on “Google lists Nigeria among “supported locations” as apps now display Naira pricing

  • August 13, 2015 at 11:39 pm
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    Good!… I think even iphone should do this too…. all thanks to microsoft that started the naira acceptance

    • August 17, 2015 at 6:53 pm
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      actually AFAIK all Microsoft does is carrier billing, prices still display in USD in their stores

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