Windows Phone Marketplace now available in 13 more Countries
Microsoft has announced the availability of the Windows Marketplace in 13 more countries, the announcement is coming after a few weeks of its announcement at the MWC. The company has finally kept its promise by adding more countries to its list.
Users in these region couldn’t buy or download the Apps from the Marketplace as the Marketplace was not available in these countries. As announcement came, users from these countries will be able to get their apps directly from the Windows Marketplace. Microsoft recently launched the Marketplace in Argentina, Indonesia, Malaysia, Peru and the Philippines with these new countries, Microsoft is trying to expand its platform and Marketplace to more countries and now the marketplace is available in total of 54 countries.
The new countries include Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Croatia, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine, and Venezuela. It seems that next wave of the Marketplace rollout will be in UAE, Bahrain, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Israel, Thailand, and Vietnam. Unfortunately the Microsoft hasn’t revealed any particular date for the launch yet.