Amazon has opened up its appstore to 41 new countries and territories, including Nigeria. This brings to 236 the number of countries and territories in which users can now access the appstore to download and shop for apps. From Amazon’s official statement:
This expansion represents an opportunity for Amazon developers to target new areas in Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia, including some of the most populous and connected nations in the world. Singapore, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, and Turkey are just a few examples.
This is good news for mobile users in these locations who want a Fire smartphone, as well as for BlackBerry 10 users who will be getting the Amazon Appstore built into their devices soon. Here is the complete list of the 41 new locations:
- Brunei Darussalam
- Burkina Faso
- Palestinian Territories
- Saudi Arabia
- Sierra Leone
- United Arab Emirates
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