Chinese developers can now launch paid Android apps via Google Play

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Google announced that it will now allow developers from China to release paid apps for Android users in over 130 countries via its Google Play store. This gives Chinese devs a chance to share their apps with millions of Android users worldwide, and monetize by charging upfront for apps, or by building in in-app purchases and subscriptions – as opposed to displaying ads within their apps, as they were previously only allowed to release free apps to the public via Google’s store. While this is great news for mobile developers in China, TechCrunch reports that it doesn’t yet allow them...

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