iTunes App Store Extends to 33 Additional Countries

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    Last night Apple informed developers the they had expanded the App Store to extend to 33 additional countries.

    The list of countries include:
    Article Link: iTunes App Store Extends to 33 Additional Countries
     
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    i've never heard of a fourth of these countries lol, great to see that they're still expanding just like their retail stores though :D
     
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    Alright barbados woot woot!!!
     
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    I never expected to see Suriname on this list.
     
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    I'm always amazed by how little most people know about topography. Especially people from North-America ;)
     
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    It's "geography." ;)
     
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    Ja jongen, die poppenfokkers deserve apps man.

    Great new way to teach children about the world: memorize appstores.. hah
     
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    I'm not talking about geography in general, but never mind :p
     
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    Learn geography (and international law) - there is no such country.
    It is just a province...
     
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    Independence: 17 February 2008 (from Serbia)

    Or do you have other informations?
     
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    The international recognition of that act of independence is a bit dubious though. Serbia doesn't seem to acknowledge it either, for that matter.

    Hey man, I happen to be from Suriname :V
     
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    What does that mean expands, could u not have an American phone be in the country and download from app store!?? Or go on the net and download iTunes??? I don't get it
     
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    Steve Jobs:

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    Yemen? Wow!
     
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    Csak nyugi. ;)
     
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    Can anyone tell me what will happen if I change my region from USA to Trinidad?

    Will I lose my current apps or will I be able to keep them but not be able to update them if an update comes out for an app not available in the Trinidad store?

    Has anyone had trouble accessing their account info in iTunes? I am currently unable to change my payment info.
     
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    One thing amazing about AppStore is the reach to international customers. There are still many countries left out in the Android Market, and for Amazon appstore, it is US only. Apparently Apple did a great job.
     
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    You won't lose the apps you have downloaded, but some apps are only available in the US Store. The best thing you can do is to keep your US account and create a new one for the Trinidad Store (with a different e-mail).

    I have an US and a Costa Rica account. I can download apps from both stores, when I have to update an app, the App Store Application (Mac) or the App Store (iPhone) asks me for the password for the respective account.
     
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    Finally! Been waiting since 2003 (Yeah fah Bim and de udders!!!)
     
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    Thanks for the info.
     
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    I have lived in Taiwan for the past 7 years and kept using my US account without any problems. You just need a US method of payment.
     

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