Apple is expanding the App Store to 20 new countries this year, the company announced on its developer portal, marking the latest expansion of Apple’s app market worldwide.
At this time, it is not known when support for the new regions will be available. However, Apple has asked developers to log into their accounts on its developer website and accept the updated license agreements to make their apps accessible when the time comes.
Apple’s announcement urges developers to update their information before April 10, meaning the launch could start at that time. Apple currently offers the App Store in 155 countries or regions worldwide.
The list of new countries that will have access to the App Store is as follows, through 9to5Mac:
- Ivory Coast
- Bosnia and Herzegovina