Indian developers can now sell paid apps on Google Play Store
Google has now added Indian to the list of countries from where developers are allowed to sell paid apps on the Google Play Store. This move will allow individual app developers and development companies from India to sell their apps on Android devices and also enable in-app purchases.
Google has also added a few more countries including Czech Republic, Israel, Poland and Mexico back in April, now enabling the same in India. While Google Play already allows users to purchase apps in INR, developers from India can now make some profit via the Play Store.
If you are a developer who is interested to start selling paid apps, it will cost you $25 USD to sign-up for the new developer account. This will allow developers to launch paid apps, include in-app purchases and launch paid ad-free version for their ad-supported apps.