/// Mongolians, Micronesians Rejoice: iTunes App Store Reaches 32 More Countries

June 22, 2012  |  All Things Digital


During his WWDC keynote address, Apple CEO Tim Cook promised the company would soon extend the iTunes App Store’s reach to 32 more countries . Yesterday afternoon the company did just that. According to an announcement broadcast to iOS developers Thursday, the App Store is now available in a grand total of 155 countries. Among the new 32: Albania, Fiji, Micronesia, Mongolia, Nepal, Swaziland, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Zimbabwe. Not the largest of territories, but together they bolster the App Store’s already impressive breadth. As we reported earlier this month , there are currently about 400 million App Store accounts — with registered credit cards.

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Mongolians, Micronesians Rejoice: iTunes App Store Reaches 32 More Countries


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