Apple’s App Store has been a wild success on the web, prompting a number of other tech giants to launch similar online stores. Given its immense success, Apple has been steadily expanding the influence and availability of its App Store to newer locations. Now, Apple has announced App Store for 32 more countries.
During WWDC 2012, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook has promised that Apple will soon expand its App Store to a number of new territories. Apple has lived up to that promise today, expanding its App Store and making it available in 32 yet more territories. With the App Store available in these new territories, App Store’s reach has tipped 155 total regions.
The new territories that have just got access to the App Store are in Asia-Pacific, Africa and Europe and include 32 countries including Ukraine, Liberia, Fiji, Congo, Burkina Faso, Chad and others.
All iOS and Mac developers were notified of this new development via an email this evening. Immediately with this new announcement, the App Store is now active in these regions as can be confirmed by looking into the iTunes App Store region selector.