Can you sell country-specific apps independently

by mzalendo » Sat, 05 Sep 2009 02:23:16 GMT

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 I have a question?
I am planning to start creating apps to be used in another country.
The cellphones will definitely be the android platform and will
operate in the country's 3G network.
Here is my question, is possible to creating my own app-store and take
Google out of the equation completely.
Or do all android-based apps have to be sold through Google


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