Paid App Support for developers from India

by karthikr » Tue, 07 Apr 2009 18:26:49 GMT


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 Hey,

Im a developer from India.

I want to know when developers from India can release paid apps to the
android market.

I have spent lot of time in developing and maintaining the quality of
applications.

But I have to wait for a loong time to see the actual results, please
tell me as to when there will be support for the same.

Im really frsutraed in having to wait for a long time to release the
app after finishing it,

Regards,
R.Karthik

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Paid App Support for developers from India

by Keiji Ariyama » Tue, 07 Apr 2009 19:18:37 GMT


 Hi Karthik,

I am Keiji Ariyama.  I'm Japanese developer.
Do you want to sell your apps to people of India?

Or you want to make public your apps on Android Market?
If so, you would launch corporate in United States? I'm not kidding. Of 
course.
And you might be able to cooperate with many companies in U.S.

Regards,
Keiji,




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ml_andr...@c-lis.co.jp

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Paid App Support for developers from India

by karthikr » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 17:06:55 GMT


 Hi,

Can you explain me in brief as to what your talking about?

Thanks in advance,
R.Karthik




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