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juiceman

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Mar 3, 2008
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If I submit an app to the app store from the UK, will it be available for people to download from the USA and other countries?

I assume I may have the option to choose where it's available. Is that right?

The app will be free to download (I don't know if that makes a difference).
 

dejo

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Sep 2, 2004
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When you set up your app in iTunes Connect, by default, it is available worldwide. You are given the option to override that, if you'd like. And whether it's free or not makes no difference. Good luck!
 
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TouchMint.com

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May 25, 2012
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When you set up your app in iTunes Connect, by default, it is available worldwide. You are given the option to override that, if you'd like. And whether it's free or not makes no difference. Good luck!

This is true and somewhere along the lines in itunes connect (cant remember if front page or not) apple gives some links to some translation services too (not mandatory but should help sales).
 
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